How To Clean Your Headlights For Less Than 30 Bucks was first published to the blog of Carphonix Car Audio and Electronics - - -
What's goin on everyone, Gatlin here from Carphonix.
I've got a Sunfire that I purchased myself as a project vehicle, and wanted to show you how to polish your headlights.
Yeah I know it's got nothing to do with car audio or remote car starter installations like we usually talk about, but hey I don't have to always sell ya on the work we do do I? Sometimes I can just give ya a useful tip to use at home, can't I?
Anyway this was useful for me to learn this stuff, so hopefully it helps you too.
I used the 3M Headlight Restoration System which you can grab from Carquest, or Crappy Tire, or pretty much anywhere - it's about 30 bucks and comes with just about everything you need.
Other than that, all you need is a spray bottle full of soapy water, a drill, and some tape to protect the paint around the edge of your lights.
Check it out below:
- 3M Headlight Restoration System (about $30)
- A drill
- Some masking tape
- A spray bottle full of soapy water
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See ya next time - Gatlin from Carphonix here, signing out!
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