Are your plastic car headlights hazy and opaque? Here's how to polish plastic car headlights the cheap way and remove the haze to make your headlights transparent again. Use a little bit of toothpaste and some car wax and 10 minutes of scrubbing, and your headlights will look new again. Polishing the headlights also makes your car much safer at night. You can see what's in front of you, and people can see you coming. This is cheap and easy. I hope you like it. Toothpaste is a good gentle abrasive plastic polish. Fix your cloudy headlights today with things you already have in the house. Headlight restoration is easy when toothpaste is your headlight cleaner. Restoring hazy plastic car headlights with toothpaste is cheaper than using Fast Brite, and it works great. Polish your hazy cloudy plastic car headlights with toothpaste to make your car safer and your headlights brighter.
How To Quiet Squeaky Belts On A Car - Cheap And Easy Fix
Here is how to quiet squeaky belts on a car. It's cheap and easy to do,
and all you need is a bar of soap. If the belts on your car are squeaking,
this is how to fix it. In some cases, it isn't the belts making the noise,
but the belt tensioner. If that's what is making the noise, you'll need to
replace it. If the car's accessory drive belt is causing the loud
squeaking when it rubs against the pulleys, putting some soap on the bottom
of the belt as well as the sides will stop the belt from squeaking. It
doesn't take a lot of soap to get the job done, but make sure you turn the
engine over a few times and put soap on the belt each time, so you cover
the parts of the belt you can't reach. This cheap and easy squeaky car
belt fix has been around for a long time and works pretty well.
How To Remove Rust From Chrome Cheap & Easy
Here is how to remove rust spots from chrome using simple tools you already
have in your house. To remove small rust spots from chrome, you can use
aluminum foil or steel wool to rub the chrome until the rust spots are
gone. After the rust spots are gone, wipe off any dust from the chrome
surface, and then put some car wax on the chrome to seal it and protect it
from moisture. If you don't apply a protective coating of wax to the
chrome, water will be able to get to the metal beneath the chrome, and the
rust spots will come back. This is a simple and effective way to remove
rust spots from chrome. If the rust spots on the chrome are too big to be
removed by steel wool, you can still rub them with steel wool until all of
the surface rust is gone, clean it, and then apply a little bit of chrome
paint. It won't look great, but it will look better than a rust spot, and
the metal underneath will be protected. I hope this helps you remove the
rust spots from the chrome on your cars and bikes.
Avon RoadRider Motorcycle Tire Review - Royal Enfield Bullet
I put an Avon RoadRider motorcycle tire on the back wheel of my Royal
Enfield Bullet 500, and it transformed the way the motorcycle handles. The
stock Avon tire has square edges and gets squirrely in the corners, but the
new round Avon RoadRider 100/90 - 19 tire makes it corner a lot better. I
highly recommend buying a RoadRider tyre if you need a new back tire on
your Royal Enfield Bullet Motorcycle. I hope this motorcycle tire review
Chemical Guys - How To: Headlight Restoration
Chemical Guys Tech Talk shows you the professional way to restore plastic
headlights back to the original crystal clear appearance. Chemical Guys
will show you how to wet sand the headlights and prepare for the polishing
process. Wet Sanding is performed with Chemical Guys Sanding block and
extra fine sand paper.
Next, the headlights are polished using V34, V36, and V38 optical polishes
using the orange, green, and black Hexlogic polishing pads. The Flex PE-14
Rotary Polisher teamed with the Evolve 4R mini backing plate has the
polishing power to remove the sanding scratches and restore the crystal
clear appearance to the headlight.
To protect the headlight from feature fading from sun damage, we use a coat
of Jetseal109 which is formulated specifically to protect the headlight
against harmful UV Rays.
Keep your car or truck looking great with Chemical Guys!!!
Baking Soda Kills Headlight Haze
An alternative, all-natural method to clean the milky haze from plastic
headlights and taillights.
The recipe is simple: In a plastic bowl, mix Murphy's™ Oil Soap and
Baking Soda together to about the consistency of pancake batter. Wet a soft
rag or towel, dip into the solution, and rub out the haze using circular
and crisscross motions.
You'll feel resistance as you rub into the haze. Keep scrubbing, using more
paste as needed to completely remove the haze. Rinse, and repeat as
I didn't mask off the areas around my truck's taillights, but you might
want to mask off around where you're doing your work, if you want.
Made this video as a response to a post about removing plastic headlight
haze over at corolland[dot]com.
How to clean your headlights with VINEGAR
one thing you will use is baking soda. watch to lern how. This is the
cheapest and the best way to clean your headlights. it is the most
effective way to clean your headlights. it increases you visibility so you
can see and others can see you coming.
How to repair a headlight with moisture/water in it!
This is how I fixed a leak in a headlight. Just remove the light and put a
bead of silicone around the seem between the lens and rear housing.
Remember to remove the moisture, water, condensation before you seal it.
It seems most people think water gets into a headlight from rainfall and
water dripping into the light some how... but I don't think this is the
case. I believe when you turn your headlight on the temperature inside the
light rises drastically and once you turn them of,f a suction is created
and if the outside moisture is high then the moisture gets drawn into the
light and later condensates. I might be wrong..... What are your thoughts?
Get the Air Pencil here....http://how-to-detail.com/adjustable-air-pencil/
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How To Clean and Polish Your Plastic Headlights
Here is a how to video or how to use the NEW 2009 Headlight kit to clean
and polish your headlighs! Enjoy!
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BMW 325i Ugly Hazy Headlight Restoration by Headlight Restoration Service Florida
This BMW 325i headlights restoration took a doing. These headlights had
passed the yellow stage gone through the hazy cloudy stage of oxidation.
They were among the worst headlights that we have ever restore. Never the
less we were able to give these headlights a new look after our headlight
restoration service. Fixmyheadlights.com have been restoring headlights in
south Florida in the Miami Dade, Broward county area for the past 3 years.
The headlights in this video were restored in Lauderhill Florida close to
Coral Springs Tamarac and Sunrise. Mr Parks was very happy and pleased with
our headlight restoration service. His headlights in a like new look
condition dramatically improved the appearance of his car and also
increased his SAFETY as well.
How to Polish a Black Car
The Products used in this Video are
3M Rubbing / Cutting Compound (step 1 on white pad)
3M Swirl Mark Remover (step 2 on black pad)
3M Ultrafina (step 3 on blue pad)
This how to on polishing a black car can be applied to any color. This is a
thorough polishing job that is most noticeable on a black or dark finish
and illustrates all steps on how to polish.
The 3m Polishing system is used in this video but many others are just as
Turtle Wax Headight Lens Restorer
Produced by the UK's leading car care specialist, Headlight Lens Restorer
is recommended for the removal and restoration of oxidation from clear
plastic headlight and rear light lenses.
Turtle Wax has worked closely with the latest plexiglass restoration
technology to develop an easy to use system, which consists of four
• 3 x colour coded, water resistant restoration pads
• Spray Lubricant (for use with restoration pads) -- 118ml
• Lens Clarifying Compound -- 118ml
• 1 x Lens Clarifying Wipe
The Headlight Lens Restorer kit allows motorists to save time and money by
simply cleaning and restoring damaged, scratched or cloudy lenses to their
former glory without the need for replacement.
RRP price £13.99 (prices may vary, please check with retailer).
All products are stocked in Halfords, to check availability please call -