|Item Weight||13.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||G12310|
|Manufacturer Part Number||G12310|
|OEM Part Number||G12310|
|National Stock Number||7930-01-600-0594|
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Meguiar's G12310 PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish - 10 oz.
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- Contains a rich gel formula that quickly restores clarity to both rigid and flexible clear plastics
- Features water resistant polymers
- Highly durable
- Provides great protection
- Great for use on headlights, convertible windows and much more
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PlastX is the quick and easy way to remove clouding from headlights. Its rich gel formula quickly restores optical clarity to both rigid and flexible clear plastics. And with the cutting-edge advancements in Meguiar’s exclusive Microscopic Diminishing Abrasive Technology (MDAT); PlastX removes light oxidation, chemical degradation, surface contamination, stains and light surface scratches with ease.
PlastX is ideal and safe to use on plastic rear windows on convertible tops, headlights and taillights and other instrument panels on your vehicle. Meguiar's PlastX also contains highly water-resistant polymers that offer durable protection to keep clear plastics clear. Use Meguiar's PlastX to make clear plastics clear again, restore brilliant clarity in one simple step, and enhance visibility and safety for night time driving.
DIRECTIONS: For best results use on a cool, clean and dry headlight.
- 1. Apply a small amount of PlastX to a Meguiar’s foam applicator pad or terry cloth towel.
- 2. One headlight at a time, rub thoroughly onto plastic headlight (avoiding painted surfaces).
- 3. Wipe off residue with clean microfiber or terry cloth towel before product dries.
Usage Guide for Meguiar's Headlight Restoration Kits
Meguiar's offers various headlight restoration kits to help restore your headlights. Depending on their severity and level of oxidation of your headlights, you can choose the headlight restoration kit that is right for you.
For moderately oxidized headlights, Meguiar’s headlight lens correction kit is an easy do-it-yourself kit that requires nothing more than a little elbow grease and contains everything needed to beautify the headlights of any car.
If you are more inclined to use a drill-operated system, then Meguiar’s 1-Step headlight restoration kit and the drill-operated “easy buff” wool pad will help you in restoring your headlights to like-new clarity.
To restore clarity to severely neglected, oxidized and yellowed headlights, then Meguiar’s recommends you use its heavy duty headlight restoration kit. The kit’s sanding pads and finishing discs, along with the “easy buff” wool pad will restore the even the most oxidized headlights.
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Well I'll be darned if it didn't shine them up like new! Never noticed there was writing on the headlamp before. With this stuff the Infiniti symbol shows right up. No more haze, no more embarrassment, and no more cloudy nights.
I used a bar of soap wrapped in a few layers of paper towel so I could really rub hard on the headlights to get them polished right. I don't have fancy tools like a buffer or whatever. It still worked 100%. One tip though, don't do it in direct sunlight. The heat from the sun will evaporate the moisture out of the polish and it won't work. I learned the hard way.
UPDATE: Well it's now 5/25/2013 and they're still looking great with daily driving.
UPDATE: It's 6/2015 now and although the Plastix was good, it was a lot of work and elbow grease. In 2014 I ordered this stuff http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00429NKWK?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage and it was night and day difference. So much easier and it has a bottle of UV protectant that is like magic in a bottle. Definitely using it from now on. It's been a year so far and the Sylvania stuff is still holding strong.
When we finally got settled, the clear bra was a nice shade of brown compared to the bright white of the paint. I tried most everything I had in my garage to get it cleaned off, but it wouldn't come off. Klasse All-In-One did the best of everything I tried, but even then, it still wasn't clean.
I did a search for what people have been using to clean these, and a few people recommended this product. I ordered it figuring it might work okay, but wasn't expecting much for the $7 it costs.
I taped off the seams of the clear bra so I wouldn't get the Plastx on the paint. Then, I put the Plastx on an orange pad and used my Porter Cable to buff it along the clear bra. It was unreal how quickly this stuff took out the dirt on the bra. I did 1/2 of the bra, and immediately grabbed everyone in the vicinity (wife, neighbors, etc) to come look at the amazing new look of my car. Everyone was impressed.
Last night, I used it on the headlights of a neighbors 1998 Honda Civic. They were almost opaque from years of being out in the sun and on the road. I taped off the paint surrounding each light, and spent ~3 minutes on one light. Stepped back to look at the difference between the two, and it was amazing. Just then, my neighbor stepped into the garage and was blown away at how much "newer" the headlight looked compared to the other one.
This is really great stuff, and it worked excellent on the two items I've used it on so far. I'll definitely be recommending it to everyone I know, as well as buying another bottle once mine runs out.
Good work, Meguiar's!!
So bottom line is, only use this kit if you plan on doing plastic restoration on a continual basis. Otherwise, I would definitely recommend Meguiar's 10 + Meguiar's 17 as a more potent, long-lasting combo.
It took multiple applications. I literally sat there with a stool and waxed on and waxed off for a good hour. After a lot of patience and elbow grease, the results were amazing. It even cleared up the damage my f&*(^ brother in law did. One day he thought he'd try and fix it himself with sandpaper. UGH! This product cleaned it up so good that unless you put your face right up to the lens, you can't really see the scratches.
If you're lenses are extremely cloudy like mine were (or worse) expect to put in some time and effort. I did, and it was worth it. It saved me $100 to have a professional detailer do it.
P.S. I'm in the process of selling the car. Before I found Maguire's some guy tried to lowball me saying that the headlamps needed to be completely replaced which would cost over $500 in parts + labor costs = about $1000. So, if he's right, I just saved myself $1000 on the value of my car. Thanks MAGUIRE!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product. I have used this before and my neighbor "borrowed" it to clean his bird feeders. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Dan S. Bilancio
Bought this to clean my 2003 Toyota Corolla's headlights. They were quite dirty and had that layer of film on the outside that doesn't come off with just a simple washing. Read morePublished 6 days ago by ScottFam
This stuff really works well. I used it on the headlight on my 2003 Nissan Altima and it brought back the clarity that originally had. Thanks Meguiar's.Published 8 days ago by Mac Newbie
This is a pretty amazing product that works as described. It takes a lot of rubbing on stubborn spots, but it will bring plastic lenses back to a new finish with enough effort.Published 11 days ago by Adam J. McKee
I don't normally write reviews but i was so surprised how well this worked, i wanted to help others. Previous i did the 3M restore kit that worked OK. Read morePublished 17 days ago by i like gadgets