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PlastX is the quick and easy way to remove clouding from headlights. Its rich gel formula quickly restores optical clarity to both rigid and flexible clear plastics. And with the cutting-edge advancements in Meguiar’s exclusive Microscopic Diminishing Abrasive Technology (MDAT); PlastX removes light oxidation, chemical degradation, surface contamination, stains and light surface scratches with ease.
PlastX is ideal and safe to use on plastic rear windows on convertible tops, headlights and taillights and other instrument panels on your vehicle. Meguiar's PlastX also contains highly water-resistant polymers that offer durable protection to keep clear plastics clear. Use Meguiar's PlastX to make clear plastics clear again, restore brilliant clarity in one simple step, and enhance visibility and safety for night time driving.
DIRECTIONS: For best results use on a cool, clean and dry headlight.
- 1. Apply a small amount of PlastX to a Meguiar’s foam applicator pad or terry cloth towel.
- 2. One headlight at a time, rub thoroughly onto plastic headlight (avoiding painted surfaces).
- 3. Wipe off residue with clean microfiber or terry cloth towel before product dries.
Meguiar's offers various headlight restoration kits to help restore your headlights. Depending on their severity and level of oxidation of your headlights, you can choose the headlight restoration kit that is right for you.
For moderately oxidized headlights, Meguiar’s headlight lens correction kit is an easy do-it-yourself kit that requires nothing more than a little elbow grease and contains everything needed to beautify the headlights of any car.
If you are more inclined to use a drill-operated system, then Meguiar’s 1-Step headlight restoration kit and the drill-operated “easy buff” wool pad will help you in restoring your headlights to like-new clarity.
To restore clarity to severely neglected, oxidized and yellowed headlights, then Meguiar’s recommends you use its heavy duty headlight restoration kit. The kit’s sanding pads and finishing discs, along with the “easy buff” wool pad will restore the even the most oxidized headlights.
I applied to my truck's headlights, following the instructions exactly. No visible difference in lens clarity.Published 10 days ago by Scott
It half worked on my 2001 Ford Explorer. I used an electric buffer. The lights improved but they still look pretty bad. Read morePublished 14 days ago by edsi
This stuff works great! All you need is 2 terry or microfiber cloths (1 for polishing and 1 for wiping clean). Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jon
Good fro removing that ugly haze that forms on headlight covers. Doesn't take a lot of rubbing.Published 24 days ago by Gopher Man