I went into this project with a kit from another store that cost near $25 with tax. Using a cordless drill that was supposed to be 1400rpm (probably not true speed in hindsight), charging and switching out batteries, etc. it took me over 3 hours to complete one headlight, and I used up all of the P500 sanding discs. I had a corded drill, but it runs single speed at 2800rpm, enough to burn your plastic headlight pretty fast. That first headlight turned out nice, but I was short those 500 grit discs to do the second light, so I went around lopsided for a few days, not wanting to pay another $25 for the kit just for a few sanding discs. Ran across this deal online with walmart....pay the online price, pick up in store the same day. So the GREAT PRICE part is IF walmart would match their own online prices in store, I would not have to go through the extra steps of buying online first. Anyway, I did the online purchase, pick up in store off the shelf a few hours later. Meanwhile, I bought a corded drill that runs at 1400rpm because I didn't want to mess with the cordless/battery problem anymore. Well I'm happy to say that after my initial disgruntlement with the first kit, the second went much smoother. Freshly armed with my new corded 1400rpm drill, I was able to complete the second headlight so much easier. Now I'm running around promoting this to anyone with hazy headlights, offering to do the work if they'll buy the kit. I love it! Amazing results once you get the right tools and get the hang of it!
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