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|In the past, replacing scratched, clouded or yellowed plastic headlight covers was an expensive necessity in order to preserve safety. But now with the 3M Headlight Lens Restoration System, car and motorcycle owners can shine and restore plastic lenses — including headlights, tail lights, fog and directional lights — to like-new condition for a fraction of the cost. This kit includes everything needed to restore two headlight lenses, excluding the user-supplied household drill (1200-1600 rpm), automotive tape, clean cloth, and spray bottle. |
Plastic surfaces are great for giving vehicles lightweight, durable components – from plastic headlight lenses to motorcycle windshields, plastic tail lights, trailers and more. But these plastic components can yellow and haze with weather, sun and sand, limiting visibility and diminishing the appearance and value of the vehicle. While the impact on a vehicle's value varies, the dangers in terms of limited visibility are clear: It is a factor in 2.8 million accidents, 23,000 fatal crashes and 2,300 pedestrian deaths each year, according to the Motor Vehicle Lighting Council. Dim headlight bulbs and hazy plastic headlight lenses or surfaces may lead to this reduced visibility, putting you, your passengers and other cars at risk. The AAIA Car Care Council found that 26 percent of the cars it inspected had issues with their lighting system. Millions of cars on the road today have plastic headlight lenses. The problem increases with the age of the lens, and with the average age of cars on the road about 10 years old, the problem is growing. Yet there is something you can do about it.
The Do-It-Yourself Solution
How Does it Work?
1-disc pad holder, 1-3M soft interface pad, 6-3M sanding discs, 4-3M finishing discs, 1- 3M trizact disc, 1-3M headlight lens polish/rubbing compound (1 oz), 1-buffing pad, step-by-step directions.
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This product worked poorly compared to the manual non-kit method. I used to polish lenses manually in my shop by wet sanding with three different grits by hand, then finishing... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by plaid
Worked. Made the lenses on my 1999 Ranger crystal clear. Then a year later they are fogged as bad as ever again. So I guess you have to keep doing this every spring?Published 15 hours ago by Paul Blood
Overall This product worked good. I would highly recommend supplementing this product with the turtle wax headlight restoration kit (T-240KT) if you are not satisfied with the... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Andrew
Actually worked extremely well. I thought it wasn't working until about the final step where you apply the clear liquid. Read morePublished 1 day ago by James McLain
Yes it works but it doesn't last! I restored the headlights on our 2005 Honda about 6-8 months ago & they looked great! Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jon L. Sonneborn
It gets everything back to clear again, but does not stay that way very long. One thing you can do after you get it all nice is spray some clear coat from a rattle can and it will... Read morePublished 1 day ago by J. Diemer
Really great product and easy to use. The lens on my 2002 pick up truck was really faded and yellow. This lens restoration system made my lens look like new. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Glenn Onodera
Worked great,Followed simple instructions. Took about 1 hr for both headlights. See my before and after photos.Published 2 days ago by Timothy Walker