How To Clean and Polish Your Plastic Headlights
Here is a how to video or how to use the NEW 2009 Headlight kit to clean
and polish your headlighs! Enjoy!
Headlight Restoration Kit - G1900
"I recently purchased the Headlight Restoration Kit, and all I can say is
WOW. I own a 1998 Mustang
GT. It's my daily driver. Here in Wisconsin, cars take a beating. The
headlights were in really bad shape. I tried another product that I found
in a hardware store and it didn't do much. I was contemplating buying new
headlight kits. I saw your ad in Autoweek, and watched the demo on your
website. I thought I'd give it a try. I am very pleased with the result.
The money I spent and the half hour of my time was worth it. I'll be
looking for some of your other products to help bring back the exterior
finish. If you have suggestions, I'm listening."
J.K. -- Sheboygan, WI
"I used your Headlight Restoration Kit and it worked really well. I had a
lot of build-up on my headlights and I am definitely impressed with how
well it worked. I had tried other products that hadn't worked and am
definitely impressed with yours. Thank you!"
B.K. -- Silvan Beach, NY
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Headlight Lens Restore using Toothpaste!
CGHQ Website: http://www.classicgamershq.com
Headlight lens restoration using regular toothpaste is real. It doesn't
take much effort, but the type or brand of toothpaste does make a
difference. Watch to see the results i came up with.
Plasti Dip 94 Lincoln Town car
This car turned out to be a mess. I was not concerned about over spray on
the tires or seals because of the lack of reliability of the vehicle. This
is my first attempt in using RDS (Rubber Dip Sprayable) and my only goal
was to see what the final coat looked liked on the surface of a vehicle for
This video was done with a Wagner Control Spray Double Duty & original RDS
(Rubber Dip Sprayable) No pigments nor thinners were added.
When thinning your own Plasti Dip be sure to use 1 gallon of thinner
(Xylene, Toluene, or VM&P) for every gallon of un-thinned Plasti Dip you
In all my videos I use un-thinned Plasti Dip as an alternative to
pre-thinned RDS(Rubber Dip Sprayable). I think the added pigments in RDS
are great which is why I add pigments to my own Plasti Dip jobs, but I am
able to save about $70 per job by thinning Plasti Dip myself.
For full details please visit my web site http://www.iamthepuzzleman.com
Drop by my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/IamThePuzzleMan
Keep in mind I do not sell Plasti Dip or their products. This is simply a
practice video using RDS for the first time.
How to Paint Rims Candy Paint & Real Flame
I custom painted this wheel in candy tangerie.and I drew the design of
"realistic flame" in the car using an air brush.These "Aero parts" drew a
marble pattern using plastic wrap.The sideview mirror drew a carbon design
with non-slip mat.
"custom paint & customize wheel"
Background Music : "Laidback Aphrodisiac"
featuring : Maurice White
Produce : LA Stylez
AUTO : Nissan Serena C25 (minivan)
Painter : Warriorz Japan (Mr K)
Material of paint : HOUSE OF KOLOR
KANDYS [candy red,candy tangerine,pagan gold]
MARBLIZER [Silver-White Marblizer]
KOLORCHANGE FLAKES [Fine rainbow flake]
PLASTI DIP SUCKS !
READ THIS BEFORE COMMENT THE WHITE STAINS ! ITS JUNK IF YOU USE IT ON A
NICE CAR YOUR AN IDIOT, STOP BEING CHEAP AND GO GET IT WRAPPED PROPERLY !
Never use it on your car.. The texture sucks ! its nasty maybe if it was
smooth like everyone thinks then ya... But never will plasti dip my car
again.. Comes off easy tho ! Plasti dip works great for small things but
dont do a whole car in it.