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Removing Oxidation From Vehicle Headlights

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Oxidation can make your headlights look foggy and less bright. This is a guide about removing oxidation from vehicle headlights.
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March 11, 20080 found this helpful

Whats the safest way to remove oxidation from today's modern projector headlamps? With the newer headlamps ranging from $200 to $600 on average, sandpaper is not an option. What the safest way to remove oxidation without risking damage to the protective ultra violet layer?

Toni from CA

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By Venusfly (Guest Post)
April 17, 20080 found this helpful
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I used Pittman's One Step to clean mine last year and they still look good. I did not need tools or protective clothing so I'd say it was pretty safe and its liquid, so its safe on the headlight too. Absolutely no abrasive damage.

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By ladylynnk (Guest Post)
March 11, 20080 found this helpful

There is a kit you can buy at the auto parts store to take that off headlamps. Ask at the counter and they should be able to point you in the right direction.

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March 11, 20080 found this helpful

I understand there is a product at motorcycle places like Harley's that have a product for the motorbikes that is excellent to clean the headlights. I don't know the name, but I'm sure you can ask and find out.

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March 12, 20080 found this helpful

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Whiting* sprinkled on a damp (non-abrasive) cloth should remove the foreign particles and polish at the same time. Not knowing what material your lens are made of, if High-impact Acrylic, it should have UV properties within; if still concerned after cleaning your lens, apply a UV Protectant available from an Auto Wax..

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*Whiting is available from your Paint Dept in a good Hardware Store...
Meguiar's "Mirror Glaze 17" can remove hairline scratches from Acrylics & Polycarbonates (as well as from my Casio Watch face :)

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