How to Restore Auto Headlight Plastic Faces?

Answer Automobile headlight covers are made of hard plastic that over time can become dull, yellow or scratched. Damaged or worn headlight covers are not only unsightly, they can diminish the beams from y... Read More »

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How to Restore a Plastic Headlight?

Plastic headlights can fade, yellow, oxidize or deteriorate over time. Exposure to high-speed impact from road debris, bugs, rain and ice all can create pitting and dulling of the exterior finish. ... Read More »

How to Restore Plastic Headlight Lens?

With age, plastic headlight lenses, which cover the headlight bulb, will get scratched and can oxidize and turn hazy. This makes your headlights shine less brightly on the road and it looks unpleas... Read More »

How to Restore Plastic Headlight Covers?

While vehicle headlights tend to consist of strong durable materials, most automobile manufacturers include an additional layer of covering to protect the lights from damage. The hard plastic headl... Read More »

How to Restore Automobile Headlight Plastic Lenses?

Polycarbonate headlights are becoming the standard in today's cars. While durable and crack resistant, the lenses are prone to yellowing, clouding and scratching. This can dramatically reduce thei... Read More »