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Turtle Wax Headlight Restorer Kit Headlamp Cleaning Kit
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- Dramatically restores dull, yellowed headlights to like-new clarity
- Improves lens appearance & visibility for safer driving
- Superior results without using a power tool
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I read the instructions through a couple of times, and the process isn't simple, as you have to use the right pads with the right liquid in the right order at the right time. This taxed my brain a little but I decided to have a go.
The kit provides everything you need, including the polythene gloves I used (I'm sure these were in there - but you could borrow some from your local petrol station if not). The instructions recommend you mask areas of paintwork around the lights before using. I didn't but I was also very careful.
This is a slow and tedious process. The instructions are clear about which solution to use and which pads to use and the length of time you need to use them for. Whilst it is slow AND complicated, you just need to keep following the instructions. One solution is used for scrubbing lights to remove yellowing and cloudiness, then the other is used to protect them so that they, hopefully, don't go yellow and cloudy again.
Whilst scrubbing the headlights, I didn't notice any real difference, but once finished there was a clearly visible clarity to my headlights, which definitely wasn't there before. This may have been wishful thinking, after all I had just spent the best part of an hour (or more) scrubbing them. I should add that my lights were particularly bad so the difference afterwards would have been that much more noticeable.
However, later that evening, when driving, the headlights were significantly brighter, even though my eyes were still yellowed and cloudy.
Overall a great product, cheaper than replacing headlights, and cheaper than paying someone to do it for you. I may need to do it again for next winter, but still have plenty of solution left to have another go if necessary. A shame I didn't do before and after photos...
Best bit of advice is to spend most your time with Pad 1 - this will ensure you rub away the most part of the blemishes, once you are happy that they are gone, then use other pads progressively ,2,3,4 spending about a minute on each one, probably pad 1 I spent at least 5 or more mins making sure i got absolutely all the foggy parts sanded away.
I didn't take a before pic, but trust me it was awful, I thought the inside of the lens was fogged with condensation, but garage told me it simply could be polished away. I just took an after pic as I was so impressed - like new!
It probably took me around 30 minutes in total of sanding using the sanding blocks and lubricant provided. Don't be disheartened if it seems it isn't working before you use the sealing wipe. Once I used that and it dried, my lens is now clear as anything.
Although, it isn't as good as my brand new headlight but the one in the pictures is around 10 years old. Not a bad job at all.
Only downside, sanding blocks are a bit small so easy to drop.
Managed to get it done before dinner, and although it isn't perfect, it looks soo much better.
Took me about an hour, but i did re-sand the headlight a few times.
Only had to restore one headlight, but i still used the compund plus the wipes on the other headlight.
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