3M Perfect It II rubbing compound
Just thaought I would share something with you guys if you are not already aware of it. I have some 3M Perfect It II rubbing compound lying around in the garage. Thought my new HID fogs might shine a little better had my fog light not been so hazed up with fine scratches so I decided to put a little of the compound on a clean cloth and started buffing the surfaces of the fogs. I couldn't believe the difference and how quickly it cleaned them right up. They look new and shine brighter than before. I know alot of you use their headlight restore but the sanding disks, if they can fit into the opening, would no doubt create more of a mess and a potential of scrating the inside of the buckets. This however work splendidly! Might want to give it a try if you have some kind of a fine rubbing compound in your garage.
2005 Deep Beryl Green WK 5.7L Hemi: QD II/ SRT8 shifter, petals, roof rails, wheels, grille, rear Brembo calipers, rear sway bar and springs/ body color mirror covers/ Xtreme HID 4300 Dims and Fogs/ Cabin Filteration Kit/ shorty antenna/ SC Flashpaq 91 tune/ full LED interior and partial exterior/ BWoody 4" CAI/Stillen headlight covers/ partial de-badging/ My GIG w Lockpick/ 22Elite leather console cover. Mods to come in the Spring: WK bilsteins, SRT springs, Bwoody end links and Brembo calipers for the front.