The headlights on my 01 LS430 had several pits and scratches from the sandy desert of Arizona. I wet sanded them with 1500 grit sandpaper, followed by 2000 grit sandpaper, and then PLastX from Meguiar's. While this worked well, I still notice very slight haziness, not perfect clarity. They are definitely much much smoother from the sanding though.
I feel like there should be a step for some product in between the 2000 grit and the PLastX, in order to achieve a completely clear result. Or maybe something to use after the PlastX?
I'm tempted to try the Wolfgang Plastic Lens Cleaner kit or the one from Lake Country, but can't bring myself to spend the $50 if it won't make that much of a difference.
Here's a few before shots:
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I agree. If you want top notch work, use a buffer. My friend did his car. It went from the nastiest looking headlight (5x worse than yours) to OEM clear lens. You'd think he bought new headlights. It's that good