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 How to Restore Faded Fiberglass?

Answer Over time the surface of fiberglass parts or pieces will become faded or dull because of normal wear and tear or sun exposure. Fiberglass is painted with a polyester resin-based paint called gelcoa... Read More »
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How to Paint Sun Faded Fiberglass Screens?

Fiberglass screens are ordinary wire mesh screens with a fiberglass border. They are cheaper and easier to replace than ordinary full metal screens, however, ultraviolet light tends to cause them t... Read More »
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How to Restore Faded Headlights?

Headlights lose clarity over time and use due to sunlight, rain, snow, road debris and chemicals. Headlights may fade, yellow, oxidize, fog or simply become less clear. This is a result of the oute... Read More »
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How to Restore Faded Car Paint?

Cars with original factory paint jobs have thin paint. Automotive makers use thin coats of paint to be economical, but this causes the paint to fade after a few years of being exposed to the elemen... Read More »
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How to Restore a Faded Headlight Lens?

Since the invention of the automobile and until recently, headlight lenses have been made of glass. Sealed beam headlamps are still made from glass, but are not widely used today. Since the mid-198... Read More »
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