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Super Glue on Car Tail Light

Posted by Renea Lowder on December 18th, 2002 12:48 PM
In reply to superglue by Henry in MI on October 12th, 1999 04:56 PM [Go to top of thread]

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I have a small crack in my car tail light that allows condensation to form inside the lense and blows out my bulbs. I was told by several co-workers to use silicone to seal it. When I went to the AutoZone store the clerk told me that silicone would be to noticable and advised me to use super glue!! What a disaster! It dries white on the plastic lense! How do I get it off!!! I have tried finger nail polish remover and it seems like the more I try to get it off the worse it gets. Should I just leave it alone and hope time will wear it off? I ended up putting the silicone over the crack.

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