Using toothpaste for headlight restoration. Learn how to clean headlights with toothpaste and restore yellow headlights so they are clear again. Headlight lens restoration using regular toothpaste actually works. It doesn't take much effort, and you can get great results. Watch to see how to get your ugly headlights clear again!
How to get your headlights SUPER CLEAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrlIhRea8u8
Permanent Headlight Restoration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEJbKLZ7RmM
Here is the wax I used: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004HCS4PK/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B004HCS4PK&linkCode=as2&tag=chri0e2-20&linkId=54C27CHB7HOUBM36
Here is the toothpaste I used: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00099XMF2/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00099XMF2&linkCode=as2&tag=chri0e2-20&linkId=4Q7AYPEBETYGAWJL
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I tried this because I had a spare tube of toothpaste and there were so many products out there to try I did not want to use the money on all of them. Admittedly my headlights look better, but this probably would have worked better if I had done it every two years I have had my car and I have had it over 10 years. So, make sure you continuously clean your car once a year to make sure it is presentable. I still have scratches on it, but will get to those as they can be fixed quickly. There are a lot of products out there and it can be costly to experiment to see which one works (that is what professionals are for) so be cautious. Don't have the money to make all the repairs using a professional right now so I did the DIY treatment. (Throw your toothbrush away or use it for other cleaning method not your own teeth after this. Not that I tired that, but I saw someone did in the comments). I hope this comment is Mythbuster approved.
It's the Flouride. Kills everything that it touches, including cloudy gunk on plastic . . Hey, come to think of it, looks like you are working on a Ford\Mercury car there. How about a vid on aligning the headlights? especially if one of the alignment indicators is broken. I would like to see a video on that. Your channel is great and I am a subscriber. Thanks, Chris!!!
Hi Chris, if we were looking for a more permanent fix and weren't afraid to buy a few things and put in a little more effort, would you still point us to your other "Restore headlights" video over this one?
I tried this today because I had to change the bulbs so I said hey I have nothing to lose. Mine were really hazy. I did two washes each and didn't use wax because I didn't have any. Well it did get a few shades lighter so yeah it does work.
Much Thanks! Another Great Use of Toothpaste! I used one with bicarbonate and added a few steps of my own with tools and other supplies I already had lying around. My 2005 Infiniti G35x had what looked like nicotine staining on my headlight lenses. I hand slathered on my favorite bicarbonate laced toothpaste over each lens. Used my old BLACK+DECKER S500 ScumBuster Cordless Power Scrubber (yes, an electric *bathroom scrubber*) with a non-scratching nylon scrub pad head, buffed it in, and watched the toothpaste soak in that nicotine-looking goodness. Let sit for ~ 5 minutes. Damp wiped off with a micro fiber towel - lenses now looked brand new and smelled minty fresh! Used a damp utility toothbrush to clean toothpaste out of any nooks and crannies. Finished off with my favorite Honda Glare polish to preserve the clarity; buffed in with my orbital polisher and gentlest polishing pad; wiped off with another micro fiber towel. Clear and slick to the touch! Hopefully it'll stay clean, just before winter snows set in. But, no big deal if I need to do this again.
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