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Old 1st September 2015, 20:08   #11
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Did you apply a UV sealer afterwards as some of the reviews from Detailers report lenses going cloudy again soon after unless sealed?!

I have bought some 3M kits even though they don't appear to have the sealer included but which I have ordered separately

Well done Phil also hope you are well ?!
Couldn't you have asked that car owner to shift his car for you to work on yours?


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I am sorry I didn't have the link as the kit was a present. I had some bad luck Jules and have had to stop driving due to clots in the leg and an aneurysm under the left knee cap. The feet have gone numb, I am building my strength up to have a femoral bypass if the leg does not improve in the next 2 weeks, then take it from there. Hope your well
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Hi Jules,
I am sorry I didn't have the link as the kit was a present. I had some bad luck Jules and have had to stop driving due to clots in the leg and an aneurysm under the left knee cap. The feet have gone numb, I am building my strength up to have a femoral bypass if the leg does not improve in the next 2 weeks, then take it from there. Hope your well
I hope you get through this terrible time with good results. It's not too good when things like this happen.
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Very sorry to hear that Phil
I will keep my fingers crossed in a big way for you.


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I hope you get through this terrible time with good results. It's not too good when things like this happen.
Thanks for that it happened suddenly whilst I was in Yorkshire/Scotland/North Wales on tour and then getting out of the bath one morning, I thought I strained a leg muscle... I came out of hospital on Friday. The surgeon has told me to go back via casualty if the foot goes icy cold or the toes start to go black She will do the operations straight away. Taking each day as it comes, doing my exercises and on blood thinners. Dipping in and out of the club I am looking forward to something good to come out it all as I really want to beat this.
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Sorry Rick, this is your thread, great post, fantastic solution which will help many people having the cloudy headlight problem, bye for now Phil
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Sorry Rick, this is your thread, great post, fantastic solution which will help many people having the cloudy headlight problem, bye for now Phil
No its okay Phil, sorry to hear you're going through a rough patch at the moment. Hope you feel better soon and see you at a meet again in the future
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The 3M headlamp restoration kit worked a dream, certainly to be recommended. I was a little anxious after I had used the first sanding disc! What have I done I thought! Results below, before sanding, stage 1, stage 2 and the finished article!
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The 3M headlamp restoration kit worked a dream, certainly to be recommended. I was a little anxious after I had used the first sanding disc! What have I done I thought! Results below, before sanding, stage 1, stage 2 and the finished article!
Massive transformation there, well done
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