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This is a discussion on cloudy headlights within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Anyone know any tricks to clear up headlights on a 2000 camaro. they are very rough to the touch, almost ...

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    Anyone know any tricks to clear up headlights on a 2000 camaro. they are very rough to the touch, almost sandblasted looking. thanks for the help.

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    Buy a new set.

    I have screwed with mine so many times. I have tried various products that are supposed to fix them...I have sanded with every grit of sandpaper until my arms fell off, I have polished and polished and polished. They never looked new again and sometimes the haze came right back a could weeks later.

    I gave up and bought a new set. There are many to choose from on eBay.

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    When I had my stang the headlights were all foggy so one day I sanded them down a lot to the point of looking almost new, but a few months later they fogged up again. I later swapped them out for ones on a rental car, but I guess thats not an option with the camaro.

    Sorry to sidetrack, do like up above, sanding and stuff is only temp. Get some new headlights if possible.

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    haha, I like the rental car idea.

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    You can always at least try to polish them before going for the new ones.

    Link for how to polish them up that might help...
    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=157192

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    i have tried everything as well. bought some Plast-X solution thats supposed to clean up the hazyness...i have buffed and buffed and buffed ...3 and 4 coats worth and my headlights still look cruddy. i'm buying a set from a member here and am gonna just toss mine in the closet in case i ever need a replacement or something.

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