My husband just bought me a shiny new-used car. The only problem was that the head and tail lights were fogged over, white with age and sun exposure; milky with time. I was awake into the early hours of the morning and happened upon an infomercial for a headlight restoration kit. I thought it would be great if I could find it in stores, until I started reading reviews...doesn't work, it's junk, don't waste your money, etc etc. While out on my tri-weekly Walmart excursion, I took a detour through the automotive department, to ogle over the hello kitty carseat covers and sniff all of the air fresheners when I found this little gem of a product among the car detailing kits. I figured, for $8 I probably can't do any worse. So I tossed it in the cart and hurried home with butterflies of anticipation in my stomach. My stars! It actually worked. For 8$ I was able to clear both my head and tail-lights with enough restorer left over that if I chose to, or was bored enough, I could have defogged an entire dealership worth of headlights [Turtle Wax was very generous in their portion sizes] I did have to sand my front, driver side headlight, because the idiot before me thought that a O'neil sticker would look cool on the headlight...that, or he believed that if you add more stickers, your car will generate more horsepower, but I'm not here to judge the cars previous owner, just the Turtle Wax. Sanding was simple. The sanding pads are labeled 1-4; kind of difficult to screw up the sequence of which they should be used. Worked like a charm. Very pleased with my shiny plastic lights.
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