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    Hazed lights, easy repair!

    So after washing and waxing my Maple Red Metallic T/A, everything looked good except for a couple side markers and the 3rd light. So I popped them off and took some Megruiars #9 Mirror Glaze Professional Swirl Remover to them with a terry cloth. Using light pressure made sure to evenly rub the lights. Let it dry to a haze and then buffed off. Cleaned them up to a new shine again. Added an extra layer of of wax to give them a little extra luster and they new again.

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