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McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish


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McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish
Restores optical clarity to plastic headlight lenses, increasing nighttime visibility McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish is a one-step cleaner, compound and polish for plastic headlight lenses. Formulated using an advanced blend of micro and diminishing abrasives, McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish makes multi-step headlight polishing systems obsolete. In one simple step you’ll be able to restore yellowed, dull, faded plastic headlight lenses to like-new condition, increasing nighttime visibility and reducing glare. Directions: Ensure surface is clean and cool to the touch. Tape off paint surrounding lenses. Apply using a drill or polisher equipped with the proper backing plate and foam or wool cutting pad. Dispense a line of polish around outer edge of pad. Press pad to lens cover and turn on. If you are using a drill or rotary polisher, set speed between 1500 and 1800 RPM. If you are using a dual action polisher, set speed between 5000 and 6000 OPM. Work polish in until it turns clear. Wipe off residue with a microfiber towel. Repeat if necessary. Follow with McKee's 37 Headlight Protectant Spray to retard UV-induced yellowing and fading. 4 oz.
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McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish
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Restores optical clarity to plastic headlight lenses, increasing nighttime visibility

McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish is a one-step cleaner, compound and polish for plastic headlight lenses. Formulated using an advanced blend of micro and diminishing abrasives, McKee's 37 All In One Headlight Restoring Polish makes multi-step headlight polishing systems obsolete. In one simple step you’ll be able to restore yellowed, dull, faded plastic headlight lenses to like-new condition, increasing nighttime visibility and reducing glare.

Directions: Ensure surface is clean and cool to the touch. Tape off paint surrounding lenses. Apply using a drill or polisher equipped with the proper backing plate and foam or wool cutting pad. Dispense a line of polish around outer edge of pad. Press pad to lens cover and turn on. If you are using a drill or rotary polisher, set speed between 1500 and 1800 RPM. If you are using a dual action polisher, set speed between 5000 and 6000 OPM. Work polish in until it turns clear. Wipe off residue with a microfiber towel. Repeat if necessary. Follow with McKee's 37 Headlight Protectant Spray to retard UV-induced yellowing and fading. 4 oz.