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These are my orgnal 1997 tail lights!

Discussion in 'Detailing & Truck Care' started by kennythewelder, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. kennythewelder

    kennythewelder Member 100 Posts

    It was just a white liquid compound that I used on a large electric buffer. As for the brand name, I just don't remember, but I got it at walmart. It was nothing special. After buffing them out I waxed them with Meguiars cleaner wax
  2. moogvo

    moogvo Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Great job! Better than aftermarket because the aftermarket ones are cheap and not as sturdy as the originals!
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  3. kennythewelder

    kennythewelder Member 100 Posts

    Thanks. It wasn't hard to do. it just took a little time, and the rite tools (big buffer).
  4. moogvo

    moogvo Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    I use the 3m compound with my buffer... It's spendy at around 50 bux a bottle but it WORKS!
  5. kennythewelder

    kennythewelder Member 100 Posts

    There isn't much to buff on my truck. It was repainted in October. The clear coat was pealing. I just used some Turtle wax brand, It was cheep and did a good job. I think the big buffer helps a lot. Then the hand wax with some cleaner wax to finish them up. I have posted pics in the gallery titled my 97 silverado

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