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Get some automotive scratch remover and buff out the headlight cover. If you don't have a power buffer, be prepared to work up a sweat! Put a good coat of sealer/wax when you're done and this will prolong the time to about a year before it hazes over again.
There are some kits on the market but they are $20-$20 and they just contain some 600-800 grit sandpaper, scratch remover and rags.
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ive found out that there isnt any product good enough to remove haze except wet sanding 800 grit sandpaper and then using 1000-2000 grit sandpaper. after that using plastix on each headlight using an electric buffer. it takes work and effort, but its well worth it.
BG sells a headlight restore kit for about $49.95 works extremely well highly recommended i get it from our bg guy that comes by our dealer once a week.
2000 Rx300 AWD,Millennium Silver Metallic,Charcoal Mirrored Window Tint,HID's,Lowered 1.5" Toyota Team Europe Springs ,18" American Racing Dale Earnhardt Edition Black Wheels with Machine Lip, Wrapped in 245/45/18 Toyo Proxie 4's,1 Alpine Type-R 12" Subwoofer in Q-Logic Ported box with 500 Watt Alpine 2-Channel Amp. Clear Side Markers.