EZ4U2 Headlight Restoration Kit 4 Simple Steps To Restore Your Foggy Headlights
Wet-Sanding The Foggy Headlight Lenses
Start wet-sanding with the #400 grit sand paper until the headlight lenses looks clean without any blotches or manufacturer sealant left on the lenses.
Then proceed to #1000 grit sand paper. Keep misting the lenses while sanding. The lenses will start looking cleaner and smother.
Now use the #2000 grit sand paper. Remember to keep misting the headlight with water while sanding. The headlight will start feeling smother and looking cleaner. You will start seeing the bulbs on the inside of the headlights.
#400 / #1000 / #2000 wet sand paper enclosed in our headlight restoration kit.
Polishing The Now Clean Headlights
Use the headlight polish #2 and a white towel in our headlight restoration kit. Squeeze a dime size amount of polish onto the white towel Rub vigorously until the lens shines. Continue until all of the lenses become clear. Absolute clarity is not needed. Wipe off excess polish. Examine the lens for any area that is not clear. These areas will need a little more sanding followed by further polishing.
Pre Treat The Headlight Lenses
Spray the headlight lenses with the pre-treat spray #3 in the kit making sure it covers the entire lenses including the edges. Wait for about 10 to 15 seconds and wipe completely dry with the other white towel.
This step removes any residual polish or grease that is on the headlight lenses. Also it prepares the lens to receive the sealant to form a strong bond.
Sealing Your Clean Headlights
Now that your headlights are clean we can proceed to sealing them so they last a long time.
Before sealing make sure the headlights and the surrounding areas are completely dry.
Open the bottle of lenses sealer #4 and saturate the folded edge of the blue towel in your headlight restoration kit.
Now starting from the right or left top corner wipe across the headlight lenses. Continue wiping across the entire lenses until the lenses is completely sealed.
Note: Overlap passes by 50% this will allow you to maximize your sealant coverage.
Posted by Abraham on April 16, 2011 at 2:18 AM under
Ken Zorovich on May 16, 2011 at 11:08 AM said:
I was skeptical of this product. I initially bought a product from Home Depot that was supposed to remove the haze and used a buffer to apply it. It did not work. I proceeded to price out new headlight casings for my Accord and my wife's CRV. That is very pricey. I found Abe and I am know a beleiver. I purchas4ed the kit and was able to do 2 cars in about 45 minutes. Very easy to do and very successful results. I strongly recommend this product to anyone.
David Ross on May 16, 2011 at 9:05 PM said:
I want to say thank you to the people at Fixmyheadlights.com Because their headlight restoration kit works great. It is feels really good when you buy a product and it works. I tried another kit before and my headlights came out OK. They looked clean but with the kit from fixmyheadlights my headlights now look like NEW. I am so happy man I had to write this testimonial.
If you are on the fence about buying this headlight restoration kit, I recomend you get it. Look at the video and read the instructions and your headlight will look like new.