How to Remove Haze From a Headlight Lens?

Answer Headlight lenses are the clear plastic covering placed over the headlight bulb. The lenses can become hazy through oxidation, discoloration, and scratches due to wear and tear. Hazy lenses prevent ... Read More »

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How to Remove Headlight Haze?

Headlights on all brands of modern cars, or those manufactured after 1990, come equipped with plastic headlights. These polycarbonate lights are more resistant to scratches and damage and will last... Read More »

How to Remove the Fog From a Headlight Lens?

Auto headlight bulbs are housed in high-tech plastic coverings. Over time exposure to sun and the elements yellows the cover causing the light to appear fogged. Restoring the luster and clearness o... Read More »

How to Remove a Headlight Lens From a 1997 Ford F-350?

The headlight assembly on your 1997 Ford F-350 protects the bulbs and the electrical wiring from water and other contaminants. If there is damage or discoloration in your headlight assembly, you sh... Read More »

Easy Way to Remove Oxidation From a Plastic Headlight Lens?

Plastic headlight lenses are crystal clear when new, but look dull and cloudy once oxidation shows up on the surface. Not only does oxidation make your car look old and dirty, it makes the headligh... Read More »