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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Crisfix is officially my favorite car channel. Dude the detail and work u put into these are amazing. I just did the headlight restoration on the bummer and they look great but it did start to drizzle. See what they look like when dry. Either way you are representing so man of us enthusiasts that don't have huge budgets. Hope you got to motorcycles a as well someday. Thanks for everything brother
The point of this video not about the toothpaste that has a super power to clean dirty headlight , the point is that you can use any kind of product that has tiny grains could make dirty headlights to shiny headlights .
That's it .
I used my now ex husband's tooth brush. He was very abusive mentally , verbally and physically. There I stood, 2 black eyes cleaning his head lights with his toothbrush. I assured him it was an old one. Aaaaaaahhhhh a little revenge
Best way to clean fogging headlights is with original T Cut. Put some on a clean cloth and work in a circular motion. My garage told me this when I only just scraped by the MOT because they looked foggy. A few hours work on them brought them up like new.
You definitely get a thumbs up for the instructions (I think that's a Ford Taurus, right? I am driving one now), but that floss thing... I was like "You didn't say anything about floss in the beginning!!" But just as I was starting to think "This could be interesting, I could probably still do this", you were all jk jk lol. I like the cut of your jib.
So I just did this and when I spray it with water it looks awesome but As soon as the water dries it looks almost worse. I went to the car wash and wash them off but it still does not look good I don’t know what I did wrong as all you do is put toothpaste on scrub any suggestions? It is cold out If that changes anything
I used 600 grit emory to take off the rough outer layer ( no visible change) then I got a cheapo buffing pad for a hand drill and some buffing compound from an auto supply store - 4 or 5 min light buff on each lens did it, clear lens ! ( I'm 69, no hard hand scrub ) then 3 light coats UV protected clear paint and whoo hoo. - these plastic lens should be a safety hazard, companies should be required to have replacements and not for the $ 500. mine list for, IF they're even available. or a different material that isn't so obviously a problem.