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Ive seen a product by Meguires (pardon my spelling) at Advance Auto. It is a attachment for your drill and it comes with a gel that you squirt on it. Heard it works pretty good.
 

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Mag wheel polish and a power buffer, did me wonders :) I might be able to find pic's from way back when I did it...
 

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FYI, these were done by hand, and this was only done in maybe 20mins, I did it again w/ the power buffer and it looked much better, though I do not have pics of those results, I can assure you IT WORKS...



 

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I got mine done last summer at a local mechanic/body shop.

The procedure was to sand the lights with a 1400 grit wet sand paper and polish it with a plastic polish.

I currently don't have the before and after images but I can assure you it was worth all 30 or so bucks !!!
 

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MOTHERS brand mag and aluminum polish seems to work well for me. i've only done it by hand and it takes a lot of the residue off of the lens. i would assume that using a power buffer/wheel in a drill would work even better.
 

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^Same exact thing I did, works just fine...
Plus IDK if I would trust my self to wet sand :p
 
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