Curious has anyone used one of the headlight restore kits/polishes and if so recommend which one(s) may be better ...or to avoid using?
Thanks for the tips Coolbob!Our Maxima headlights turned yellow and I bought a Meguires headlight kit and it worked great. The headlights did turn yellow again after a year or so, so I just buffed them with the kit every other waxing. I think any brand will work fine.
Be sure to mask off paint around the headlight!
PS-I found that a terry-cloth washcloth folded over a couple of times and stuck to the velcro pad on my palm sander really sped things up vrs doing the work by hand. http://www.craftsman.com/craftsman-c3-19.2-volt-pad-sander/p-00911570000P
I think it is similar film material as the Xpel. They are sold under different names depending who is selling them also.When my RL was fairly new, I bought and installed Weathertech's LampGuard protection. I have had no change in the lens in almost 5 years of driving around the country. It's strange how they advertise the mats so much, but not the LampGuard.
never lasts on our volvo...IO heard you should spray the lens with a clear paint when you are done?? not sure about that.
I'm guessing he may have been referring to the lens cleaning process in general, as opposed to the Xpel.never heard of that.. Xpel works on Honda and Infiniti (previous auto).
No matter as long as it's not a gel. Hast to be like ol' school Crest. If you wish them to smell minty fresh, then go for it. Otherwise just go for the regular stuffQuote:
Originally Posted by Elkhunter View Post
Just as well off to use toothpaste.
Ok so it has to be asked. Fluoride or Fluoride free