►HOW TO RESTORE HEADLIGHTS … QUICK & EASY, NO TOOLS !! In this video, I will show you a fast and simple method of restoring headlights using the new Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer kit. Restoring your car’s yellowed, oxidized and faded headlights will increase clarity, brightness, and visibility. With this kit, you can get professional level results without the need for a drill or a power tool!
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►►Here are the links to the Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer*:
►For people in USA:
Turtle Wax official website: https://goaff.pro/gfH0wwyWY
*As of June 2020, this product is currently only available for sale in the USA. I will update the links with other countries if the product becomes available elsewhere.
►►Watch my series of videos on restoring different parts of a vehicle:
►How to restore faded plastic/rubber trim: https://youtu.be/26b8LEWwkc0
►How to clean the interior of a vehicle: https://youtu.be/8QTGLsmGIw8
►How to clean an engine bay: https://youtu.be/6LwCbmvLYb0
►How to shine and protect paint: https://youtu.be/D9gbMndHbM8
►How to clean emblems and badges: https://youtu.be/mURcM8DRu9g
Headlights oxidize when exposed to the sun’s UV rays. Headlight lenses come with a clear coat to help prevent this, but eventually, the coating wears off, and sunlight turns the hard plastic yellow or gives it a milky/cloudy appearance. Using a headlight restoration kit like the Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer improves lens appearance and visibility for safer driving.
Designed to remove both light & heavy oxidation and yellowing to improve headlight performance.
Saves money as there is no need to spend hundreds on new headlights.
Superior results without the need for a drill or a power tool.
New and improved kit has ceramic wipes for protection lasting up to one year.
Wash and dry headlights to be restored.
Use masking tape to protect surround areas.
Lightly shake the Headlight Lens Repair & Renew compound.
Apply the compound to a microfiber towel and spread product evenly over dull headlight surfaces with moderate pressure and slow back and forth motion for 30 seconds. Buff area dry with a dry microfiber towel. Repeat if necessary to achieve max clarity. If headlight is not evenly restored, proceed to sanding step.
Sanding Step: use tap water to wet headlight and sanding pad. Use finger pressure on green pad #1 and rub side to side of dull or damaged areas for 30 seconds keeping pad surface wet with water. Flip over to #2 side and rub in the opposite direction and only on damaged area. Wipe lens with a dry microfiber towel.
Reapply the compound for 30 seconds over the entire lens with more pressure on sanded areas. Wipe dry. Repeat to achieve max lens clarity. Restore both headlights before applying Ceramic Acrylic Wipe.
Open one Ceramic Acrylic Wipe wearing enclosed glove and apply quickly over both headlights using even back and forth strokes. Let headlights dry about 3 to 5 minutes. Coating will fully cure in 24hrs.
For more information, visit the official Turtle Wax website: https://www.turtlewax.com
►Full disclosure: This is a sponsored video. However, I made sure that the opinions expressed in my video are my own and the company had no influence on my content.
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