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Actually if you take your time, and us patience, wet sanding, and going to higher grades, then using toothpaste, and a buffer will do the best job. Then you get a good sealer. That's what we do in the warehouse if we get one as a core. There is no core from dealer, but some people think there is, so we fix them, and rebox them. They last just as long as the new replacement ones. Or get an older car with glass lights, and just wipe them off lol...

Btw, learned it watching stacey david on Gearz tv.
 

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I was thinking more along the line of cheapness, but your way is prefered dave. thank you for the addition.
 
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