Mercedes Headlamp Restoration Real Time

Watch as Acrylic-Werks Polish is used to restore faded or "milky" headlamps to like new condition using a 3-step sanding process. This is the full-length/real time video of the sanding process used to restore headlamps where the manufacturer has applied clear coating to the lens. We also have a shortened video of this process (for the right side lamps) in case you don't feel like watching the full sanding process. Total time is about 20 minutes. Despite the many "quick-fix" products on the market, this is the only proper way (sanding process) to restore headlamps with a clear coat issue. This coating will ultimately cloud up, deteriorate, and peel prematurely. (so that dealers can sell you new headlamps at $400 and up (usually much higher), depending on the vehicle) For this issue, the combination of a sanding process and Acrylic-Werks Polish results in headlights being restored to like-new condition that yields a long-term solution.

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