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Old 1st September 2015, 19:36   #9
Rick-sta
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MG ZT 2.0 CDTI+ in Typhoon, MG TF 135 in Typhoon & Rover 75 Connoisseur CDTI SE in Pearl Black

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Apart from the rubbing compound which comes with the kit, I haven't applied any form of seal to the headlamps. It's been 5 months now since I used the kit and both my ZT's and my dad's 75's headlamps have stayed perfectly clear. hopefully they last a long time

They've lasted much longer than when I done them by hand using wet and dry sandpaper last year. Started to go back to how they were within a couple of months.
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