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Does anyone know if the '07 Optima's headlamp lenses are made of that cheap material that gets hazy over time like some cars do? I know they now make polishing kits to get rid of the haze, but I was wondering, would applying polish to the lenses every time you wax the car prevent that oxidation from forming in the first place? I have some Turtle Wax ICE polish that looks like water, and what I like most about it is that unlike most waxes it can be applied to plastic/vinyl/rubber and it won't cause any powdery residue or white discoloration on black trim. The instructions actually suggest applying it to the head and tail lenses. Even if some older Kia's headlamps are known to get hazy, it's not a guarantee that modern Kias are still using the same material for their lenses, that's why I specified my year. Can anyone answer this definitively?
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