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    My rear tail lights on my trans am look slightly faded. It is 7 years old and that does happen over time i know that. But what could I use to bring the luster and shine back to these puppies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
    My rear tail lights on my trans am look slightly faded. It is 7 years old and that does happen over time i know that. But what could I use to bring the luster and shine back to these puppies?


    u could try PLASTX by Meguiars. It worked great on my headlights. I used it on my rear tail lights but they were not faded. It put a good shine on them though.

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    ^ what he said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusFan View Post
    u could try PLASTX by Meguiars. It worked great on my headlights. I used it on my rear tail lights but they were not faded. It put a good shine on them though.
    On the plastx by meguiars it says not to use on painted surfaces. They aren't painted are they?

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    PlastX is safe to use on headlights and taillights.
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    My headlights for my traveling car for my job ended up like this. I took a quick trip to autozone and got this buffer like thing that hooks up to a drill and it did a great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xinthenight View Post
    My headlights for my traveling car for my job ended up like this. I took a quick trip to autozone and got this buffer like thing that hooks up to a drill and it did a great job.

    I saw that wondered if it worked

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