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Restore Yellow Headlights Correctly

By Tony, Jun 11, 2018 | |
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    I have seen so many videos out there of the "newest" way to restore a headlight and let me tell you, fucking toothpaste will NOT WORK!!! You need to do it properly and in this video that is exactly what I do.

    The kit that I"m using is from 3M and it is the best $15 I have ever spent! As you can see in the video, I have taken lights that are horribly yellowed and restored them to a perfectly clear lens.

    Why would you want to do this? When a light gets hazy or yellow, it will start distorting the beam of the headlight which will result in reduced vision and a very unsafe driving experience. Restoring your headlights as shown in the video will not only allow you to actually see the road, but possibly help you to avoid something that you may have otherwise hit because you couldn't see it.

     
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    Not sure why there were 3 posts of the same thing in here, but that is now corrected. Sorry about that.
     

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