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Hazy, yellowed headlights are an inevitable consequence of weather and wear on plastic headlight lenses that is both unsightly and dangerous, as light output lessens and glare is increased. Restore original clarity and vision to plastic headlight lenses in minutes with the Headlight Restoration Kit from Sylvania. The Sylvania Restoration Kit is easy to use in three simple steps, requires no tools and is the only headlight restoration kit currently available that comes with a finishing UV-resistant clear coat application, designed to preserve lens clarity.
New plastic headlight lenses have a factory applied UV coating to protect the plastic from degradation. Over time, harsh UV rays and road debris penetrate the factory UV coating resulting in hazing and yellowing. This hazing is not only unsightly, it is a serious safety concern, in fact hazed lenses reduce downroad illumination by 66% and increases oncoming driver glare by scattering light upward.
Unlike other lens restoration products designed just to remove the haze and yellowing, the Sylvania Headlight Restoration Kit restores the lens to like-new clarity and protection using our proprietary UV Block Clear Coat. This easy-to-apply durable coating has engineered polymers as well as active and passive UV blockers to protect the plastic from future deterioration. No other product offers this level of protection.
With a 30 minute restoration, downroad illumination is improved by 3 times and glare, caused by refraction of head lamp light through clouded and scratched lenses, is reduced by 70%. In addition, by using the Sylvania Headlight Restoration Kit lenses are restored to a like new appearance at a fraction of the cost of an all-new lens replacement job, which can cost over $300 a pair.
The Sylvania Headlight Restoration Kit includes everything you need to restore 2 plastic headlight lenses. And with its tool-free design virtually anyone can regain crystal clear, like-new headlights in as little as 30 minutes via three simple steps. It isn’t like so many other kits on the market, that require drills and attachments and power cords. All you need to provide is water and maybe a few extra paper towels.
Wash lenses, mask painted surface (tape included in kit). Next, spray on the Surface Activator--a proprietary surface corrosion softener only from Sylvania. Immediately, you’ll see the yellow gunk start to break down.
Remove corrosion with a wet-sanding process using the provided 3 grades of premium waterproof sanding papers (400, 1000, 2000 grit). You’ll notice the lens to take on a cloudy, smooth finish. Apply the oil-free Clarifying Compound. Already, this step will help you feel confident in the kit’s ability. You’ll be amazed at how clear the lenses will be.
You’ll then apply the UV Block Clear Coat. It’s simple. Just apply as instructed in smooth, even applications. This UV Block Clear coat is a specially formulated polymer coating with active and passive UV blockers. This is the component that gives you long-lasting results.
"Sylvania's [Headlight Restoration Kit] is the only headlight restoration kit that comes with a finishing UV-resistant clear coat to preserve lens clarity." --Popular Mechanics (Editor's Choice Award)
Not only does this headlight restoration kit provide you with fantastic results, but it's backed by Sylvania's Lifetime Warranty. Simply register at www.sylvania.com/hrkwarranty and Sylvania will replace the kit if your headlight lenses become clouded again (restrictions apply).
Osram Sylvania, together with Osram GmbH, is the world leader in automotive lighting for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the aftermarket. The company’s global automotive lighting division has its principal North American operations in Hillsboro, N.H., with nearly 500 employees. In addition to TS 16949, this facility has also achieved ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications. Automotive Lighting designs, develops, manufactures and markets state-of-the-art automotive light sources, including auxiliary, advanced halogen, LED and high-intensity discharge lighting for interior, exterior and forward lighting applications. More than 400 lamp types are produced for cars, trucks, and electronics in facilities throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Automotive applications for OEMs are marketed under the Osram brand while products for the aftermarket are sold under the Sylvania brand.
* Actual results will depend on the severity of UV degradation. Greater existing UV damage will allow for greater performance improvements.
Did an awesome job for a first timer…I think next time I will put a bit more time and effort into the sandpaper steps. Read morePublished 59 minutes ago by Thomas Helton
Far exceeded my expectations. Now I'm just waiti to see how long the clarity lasts!Published 22 hours ago by Elena Jenkins
I haven't bought this product, but I loved the tutorial video. That man can do videos on how to deliver a baby. Also, I might buy it because I know that man got me covered.Published 1 day ago by L. A. Moreno
This works great. I just bought another kit for my other car. It takes a bit of time, but is the only proper way to restore headlights: remove the yellowed surface using... Read morePublished 1 day ago by John W.
This stuff is great. Although the entire process took significantly longer than the advertised 30 minutes, the restored headlight exhibited traits as if the surface was brand new. Read morePublished 2 days ago by manwhopunchesfish
I thought this included the drill attachments, I guess I bought the wrong one. I haven't tried it but I'm sure its going to be annoying and not work as expected. Read morePublished 4 days ago by JungleEyes
I was surprised by the result. To be honest I did not think it would be really all that good. Up until the last step, the plastic was all cloudy and the final last step when you... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Michael D. Gottfried