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    what is the best way to get scratches out of headlights.

    there not deep just faint surface scratches.

    my car also has scratches whats best to cover these up touch up pens or somatt?

    thanks in advance

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    Iv found that T-cut works very well on the lights, think it "might" remove light scratches, have found it seems to with me and brings the lights up from that dull look

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    just tried t-cut lights come out brill just got a few deep scratches i never sore so now to figure out how to fix

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    I use a touch up pen, put it on thick but not in one go, in layers... then 1500 wet and dry it. then it just needs a good buff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leemarksmith View Post
    I use a touch up pen, put it on thick but not in one go, in layers... then 1500 wet and dry it. then it just needs a good buff...
    so layer on touch up pen paint then sand down then lacquer then buff? or lacquer before sanding?

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    Yes. Give the lacquer a light sand too with plenty of water and very little pressure... then it'll buff right up...

    Reminds me i need to touch up my Irmy splitter, ****** drive!!

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