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Zephyrman has the right idea. - When I bought a 2002 Grand Caravan a couple of years ago, the headlamp lenses were almost opaque !:eek6: - Using an old trick I learned from Air Force 'riggers', I first got some 800 grit wet'n dry paper and a bowl of warm soapy water. -About ten minutes gentle circular rubbing on each lens( using lots of the soapy water ) improved it a lot. I then got a tube of old style whitener toothpaste ( this has a very fine grit in it) after about 15 minutes of gentle rubbing with the paste on a soft rag, my lenses looked almost new ! :)
 

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Jonzo, - please tell us exactly what you refer to as "a good sealer" . I would like to try that , but have been afraid to ruin a good finish by adding something that I wasn't sure of - Thanks.
 

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To D.Acker - that was a good link thanks :thumbsup: That Autogeek is a cool site ! -Not sure if I'd be happy about putting a wax based product onto clear plastic though, so I'm going to research that a bit more. Nevertheless, Autogeek has many good products, so THANKS anyway -:)
 
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