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Does any body know how to clean the exhaust stain off the rear clear lenses?
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Someone posted saying Windex was the cure all for this problem.

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Someone posted saying Windex was the cure all for this problem.

I will give it a try.
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ebay...just replace it
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ebay...just replace it
I did and now the smoke ones are turning yellowish color. I need to clean both the clear and the smoke ones. The smoke ones look like shit if you ask me.

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I got the smoked theme goin on my 10....smoked front and rear signals and the tail light is smoked as well...Looks cool when you connect the lil yellow wire off the tail light to the signals...Looks like the whole left or right side of the tail is one big signal light..

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I just binned the old ones and replace it with new ones, when it gets too manky.
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put a bit of carb choke cleaner, or brake parts cleaner on a paper towel and test it out... it made my 636 tail light look brand new.... wd 40 works too i read....

so does glass cleaner (the aerosol kind)

OR you could tint them black and never worry about them again
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Try a mix of 75/25 Mr. Clean/Water.

Or Rubbing Alcohol.

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Any cleaner wax should work. Or even plexus the stuff used to clean clear plastics works great for this stuff.

In a worst case situation i would try a mild rubbing compound that you use to buff out swirls in your paint.
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