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Slick_99

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Sorry for the thread jack but, anyone know any reputable fog light brands besides the Honda OEM ones?
 

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I hate that plastx stuff... it completely ruined a demo CD i got from a friend.. as well as my passenger headlight.. Good luck tho..
 

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Slick_99 said:
Sorry for the thread jack but, anyone know any reputable fog light brands besides the Honda OEM ones?
I'd recommend Esuse. Some people on here have DEPO, and I know they changed design at least slightly a few years ago, but I had DEPOs before and had nothing but trouble.
 

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Xtralights.com is where i got mine. i THINK they use the Esuse kit, you'd prolly need to have like Amy or Eran check, but cheap prices, AIM guy you can chat with, I like the lights.
 

dryeager

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Sodee said:
I hate that plastx stuff... it completely ruined a demo CD i got from a friend.. as well as my passenger headlight.. Good luck tho..
Ruined your headlight? I have heard people rant and rave about that stuff.
 

wmertz

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u should def paint the fogs yellow.. they would look sweet with the green.
 

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Sodee said:
I hate that plastx stuff... it completely ruined a demo CD i got from a friend.. as well as my passenger headlight.. Good luck tho..
That CD is your fault. You do not use car detailing products to try to bring a CD back to life. I'm pretty sure PlastX is WAY too abrasive for use on a CD. Go to WalMart and buy that green fan looking thing. Those work pretty well.

PlastX = car (and possibly similar application)
Green fan thing = CD
 

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NOFX said:
That CD is your fault. You do not use car detailing products to try to bring a CD back to life. I'm pretty sure PlastX is WAY too abrasive for use on a CD. Go to WalMart and buy that green fan looking thing. Those work pretty well.

PlastX = car (and possibly similar application)
Green fan thing = CD
So you think that it would be good to use on headlights?
 

NOFX

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dryeager said:
So you think that it would be good to use on headlights?
I'd patch test first. It's always a good idea to patch test!

Open your hood. Look straight down on the headlight and you'll see around an inch or so of headlight that is hidden by the hood. If you want to patch test an abrasive product on plastic, that's probably the best place.
 




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