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    Default How to remove VEIL?

    I applied veil to my headlight, one headlight turned out to be very steaky, I want to remove the veil and do it again. so, what is the best way to remove veil?

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    Windex and paper towels

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    rubbing alcohol takes it off pretty easily.

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    "Windex and paper towels," they workded like a charm..., the best solution for removing veil coating, ever!

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    Original Windex. Make sure that you let it soak for about 10 minutes.
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    I've found a scrubby-sponge, like what you would use for dishes, actually works better than paper towels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastGermanOlympicJudge
    I've found a scrubby-sponge, like what you would use for dishes, actually works better than paper towels.
    I wouldnt recommend this. I did the same thing, but I scratched the hell out of my headlight.

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    Yeah I agree with sethy, using a "scrubby" is not a good idea, unless of course you don't care about the car...

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    Actually all Veil questions should be directed to Sethy since he is the master of Veil. He application skills are untouchable. I will venture and say that they are better than the Great Bob's! Also he is the founder of Windex removing Veil. He is now known as................................... "The Veil Kid/boy"
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    The Veil Lad

 

 

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