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Headlights projector lenses "milky" look cleaning

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Today I managed to get both of them out and cleaned... I thought it would be difficult but finally it was an easy to moderate procedure.. I didn't remove the number just the upper part and bended about 20cm to get the headlight out... Pictures talk by themselves!
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Thanks !

No one here has ever posted that work on lens cleaning. I never knew that they could go milky deep inside the inner lens.

We all must now have a closer look at our older B's and see if that is also taking place. I thought that your problem was just behind the large clear plastic outer lens..but I was wrong.

Good work and great photos once again !
I for one am very happy to see you back with us. We both have been here for a long time with our very old B's.:D
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