Headlight restoration using toothpaste, WD40, restoration kits, clear coat, and other methods have been used. In this video, I am going to test the #toothpaste and WD40 to see which works better and lasts longer. I made the video because I have restored headlights in other videos and get so many questions about them, so I decided to make this video to help answer these issues for you.
I mentioned in the video the permanent fix for headlight restoration using a 2K clear coat. There are a few steps you need to do to prep the plastic lenses so check out this video to learn more.
HEADLIGHT RESTORATION USING 2K CLEAR COAT
Some methods work better than others, but the important thing is to do something to improve your night vision. Hazy or foggy headlights are not only an eyesore making the appearance of your car look bad, but also cuts your night visibility a lot, which could result in an unnecessary accident. For example, not seeing a deer that jump out in front of you in time. So whether you use a method that requires you to restore the headlight often or one of the long-term fixes, get out there and do something.
Steps For Applying 2K Clear Coat on headlights
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1. Remove headlights.
2. Wash with soap and water.
3. Mask edges.
4. Sand lens using 500 grit.
5. Sand lens using 800 grit.
6. Wash again with soap and water.
7. Clean lens using water plastic cleaner. (optional) http://amzn.to/2dOR9h6
8. Tack off. http://amzn.to/2dsefL2
9. Apply adhesion promoter. http://amzn.to/2do66eb
10. Apply a clear coat…automotive 2k clear coat or 2k spray can. http://amzn.to/2dGnCKJ
11. Allow to dry and reinstall.
I Don’t Have Time To Do Any of This…
If you don’t have time to do this yourself, then take it to a shop to have this done. Most auto repair shops, body shops, and auto detailing shops offer this service.