2002 S-Type; 4.0L; Nat/Aspir
Yes, oxidized “cataract” headlamp lenses. Anything special about the lenses I should know such as special coating to be respected ?
Otherwise, I’ll proceed with standard kits from autoparts stores or, a DIY technique found on line. Regarding DIY: The diminishing grit/wet sanding/clear coat or waxing method appears to be the that which is promoted as longest lasting.
Greater Chicago Metro; U.S.A.
ps: Sincere thanks to you all. Your comments and advice have made me a smarter steward of the S-type and, hopefully, a better colleague on the forum - RC
Try toothpaste, its marginally abrasive and handy (assuming one still has teeth that need it )
I did mine once a few years ago with a kit from 3M, but I did not take them out of the car. They need it again, so this time I’m going to take them out and do them on the workbench.
I did mine, same way, but stopped at the 3000 grit stage: masked them off and sprayed UV-resistant clear on them.
Been good for over a year, now.