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on 5 December 2015
Cheaper than the 3M alternative and includes UV sealant that the 3M kit doesn't. Get some broad automotive tape and you have all you need to do the job, don't skip this step as it makes it a lot easier go right to the edge. I found it easy to stretch the kit to do three headlights so it works out very cheap per light. It took a fair amount of elbow grease and around 30 minutes for each light. I was pleasantly surprised how effective it was at taking a yellow cloudy light to white and clear.

It works really well but if you've never done this before I think some additional instructions would go a long way to getting a good result:
1. Use a spray bottle or sponge to keep the entire headlight wet while you work with the sanding papers and work in long smooth strokes.

2. When you start with the first paper at 2000 grit keep working it until the slurry produced goes white. Initially it'll come off a dirty yellow colour, rinse it off and work it again until you have removed all the discoloured acrylic indicated by white slurry. If you don't get all the yellow off with the most abrasive paper it will only take longer and be harder to do with the next.

3. Don't move on to the next paper until you have removed all of the lines from the previous. As you do each finer level perpendicular to the last, alternating between horizontal and vertical, you can tell when to move onto the next when you can't see lines going to other way to the current direction.

4. The final polish in the squeeze tube is just a very fine abrasive compound, when you've worked the 5000 grit paper and have a hazy light this stuff will suddenly make it pop and shine, put plenty of work into this step.
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on 28 April 2015
First off it works but it takes a lot of work, your looking at least half hour of serious arm power. My old passatt is 17 yrs old and the headlights resembled nicotine on them, I was sceptical that anything would work but this did and any reviews that said it didn't have not put the armpower in. The lights won't be like new but are about 90% improved and compared to new or even second hand ones this is a bargain... Now my arms where aching put very pleased all in all
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on 12 July 2014
Great product my 2001nissan almera tino headlights were in a really bad condition ,yellow and very cloudy , took about an hour to do both lights was amazed with the result looks almost like new, saving me about £500 on new headlights , would highly recomend this product.
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on 11 June 2017
This worked well on the headlights of our car which is more than 15 years old, but took quite a lot of elbow grease.....
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on 18 April 2017
Worked fine on my Micra headlights cloudy from coastal winds sandblasting effect.
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on 21 April 2017
Great stuff for making head lights like new again and so easy to do
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on 5 April 2017
Product works ..... but does require a little elbow grease --- a little time and effort !!!
Restored ... as new !!!
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on 10 August 2017
What a great product and so easy to use recomeded already
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on 26 September 2017
Excellent product. Recommended.
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on 9 February 2015
Great
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