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2005 V6 Mustang. The insides of my headlamp covers are dirty and need to be cleaned. The dust on the inside of the lens seems to lower the brightness of the headlamps on the street at night. Has anyone pulled these off to polish the inside? I'm looking for detailed instructions or a video on how to do this if anyone is aware of any.
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Pics? This is very rare. Matter of fact, I've never heard of issues with "dust" inside of a headlamp unless the bulb-to-lamp assembly seal is bad and that usually results in moisture intrusion, not dust. I'd figure out what's allowing that "dust" in before pursuing cleaning the inside of the headlamp assembly.
Try spraying a little bit of Off, or Cutter, or some kind of mosquito repellent on a cloth. Give it a good wipe down, and then wipe it off with dry cloth. I've done this on a couple of my daily drivers before and it is the quickest/cheapest home remedy I know of that actually shows some moderate results.
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