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i cleaned my headlights the other night (http://www.supraforums.com/forum/showthread.php?p=4220542#post4220542) and i thought that i could clean it more detailed so today i went out and cleaned it again. This time, i put water on the lights and started sanding it (but i didnt last time) and this time i accidentally got some of the meguiars x scratch remover on my paint which wont come off now and my headlights are even more clouded up now. i was wondering if anybody can tell me how to get rid of this stuff off of my paint and how can i clear my headlights again. any help will be GREATLY appreciated.

this is what my right headlight looks like after i cleaned it...as you can see its even blurrier than before


this is the left


this is the blotch on my paint that was left by the Meguiars Scratch remover


this is another picture of the stain left by the Scratch remover
 

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i did use 3m plastic cleaner.... bleh it didnt really help at all. I dont know what else im missing but do you guys think i can just sand it out (say with 2000 grit sandpaper) and rinse with water? or will that hurt the plastic?
 

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Thanks a lot everyone

Guys you have been helpful to the max. I appreciate what you've all done and i will try to help any one of u guys out as much as i can if i can. Man it feels good to have this fixed. well here are some pictures of the results. much better than before right :bigthumb:
oh yea mtfujisupra ur right i used the meg paint cleaner and it really got rid of everything. thanks man.

-David

picture of the right light


here is one of the left


and here is the area where there used to be an ugly blotch on my paint but now its GONE!


i can sleep at night again! :)
 
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