How to Buff Plastic Headlights?

Answer Plastic headlights may get scratched, chipped or cracked. The plastic is generally more durable than older glass headlights, and though it can get fogged or unclear over time, with the right produc... Read More »

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How to Buff Headlights?

Over time, the plastic lenses of car headlights will become dull and yellow. This is caused by scouring from road dirt, ultraviolet exposure from sunlight and the natural aging process of the plast... Read More »

How to Buff Out Scratches on Car Headlights?

Car headlights used to be built with glass and were easily broken. Since 1990, most headlights have been built with a clear, resilient plastic called polycarbonate. This material resists impact but... Read More »

How to Buff Out Plastic on an ATV?

Riding an all-terrain vehicle can give its user hours of pleasure, turning the toughest of landscapes into a rider’s playground. However, tough ground cover is rough on the plastic used to cover ... Read More »

Are plastic headlights legal in the uk?

Many cars have plastic headlamp lenses but I'll bet your 'angel eyes' won't be legal. Do they have the relevant 'CE' type approval mark on them?