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97 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
For less than $10 you can save some pretty rough headlights. It took about 30 minutes for both and the pics show the night and day difference, only one try did the trick!
Used the kit on my 03 Tundra and was pleasantly surprised. My headlights look like new (95%) and they weren't the worst, but they were pretty bad. Only took a star off because it leaves fine scratches. If you're thinking about replacing your entire lens, try this first. You won't regret it.
I purchased the Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer kit for my girlfriend's 99 Subaru Legacy wagon after watching a YouTube video about it. I went to the store right away to purchase it and let me tell you what an amazing job it did on her lights! They were VERY yellow and foggy and after following the step by step instructions, they looked crystal clear! I put about 10-15 minutes of my time using the step #1 scrubber on each lens and then proceeded with the other scrubbers as instructed and they came out fantastic. Highly recommended!!
I tried it on my 2001 Hyundai accent. Headlight lens were very blur and whitey. After I used this, by instructions given on the box. the head light look very good, no blur or whiteness.
I would say this is a must try if you are planning to replace head light lens. Worth the value.
It transformed my headlights to like new condition again. No power tools are necessary so that's a plus. Its kind of messy, so use before you wash your car. For 8 dollars, verses 20 or more for other kits that require power tools, its a steal of a deal. I will continue using this product at the excellent price in the future.
This is a great kit I was skeptical because it was half of the price of the other kits on the shelt but I figure what is a few dollars. It took roughly 25 minutes to finish both of the lights I wish I would have taken a picture but it came out really clear. One thing you will need is two terry cloths or wash cloths but everything else is included. If your headlights aren't that bad you will spend less time mine were really really yellow but they came out very clear! I recommend this it worked perfectly for me.
I tried the Turtle Wax lens restorer kit on my 2004 Hyundai Elantra GT, which had severe oxidation on the headlamps. I mean, these things looked like they been sitting in a room of cigarette smokers for 20 years - that's how yellow they were! After spending about 20-25 minutes and barely any elbow grease, my headlamps look practically new. The lenses are crystal clear now! The directions on the product state to use the clarifying compound, and if it doesn't remove all the haze and oxidation, to continue with the sanding pands and spray lubricant. After just the first step, I was surpised to look down at my towels and see how much of the yellowing was on them! You can tell as you use the spray lubricant, too. The whole process takes very little effort and not much time. Driving at night, I could immediately tell a difference in the effectiveness of my clean headlamps. The projection is noticeably brighter, which means this product is not only a cosmetic, but a safety enhancer as well. It's well worth the $10 vs. purchasing brand new headlamps and I highly recommend it.
Works very well, did both headlights in about 30 minutes. Headlights look like new again.
Its a good product and i would highly recommend it to restore your headlights. To get the best out of this product in my opinion, i suggest that you spend a few extra minutes with the "level 1 pad (green pad)" to get out most of the oxidation. If you do have a buffer and know how to use it, then you will get an even more cleaner finish at the end. There are cheaper ways of cleaning your headlights like rubbing toothpaste on them (use at your own discretion), but if you do have a little extra money then get this product you wont regret it.
This stuff works great! I did it myself and it took me about 25-30mins total. I doubt my headlights have ever been replace or cleaned and I always hated how "not so bright" the lights appears when I had them on, compared to newer cars. The spray lubricant is REALLY what gets the job done, when using that with the pads you can SEE the yellow coming off the headlights. They only give you one little small sealing wipe (This is the finishing touch) but it was well lubricated to shine and protect both headlights. Wait until both headlights are done to use it. I've attached a picture so the proof is in the pudding. Less than 10 bucks with taxes at my local Walmart.
1994 Explorer, lots of oxidation, used the rubbing compound, then used the pads - at least a 95% improvement. Not perfect, but you can now see through it and see the reflective surface and light bulb, which you couldn't before. Only problem (if you can call it a problem) is that there's a LOT left, and they only include one sealant wipe. I could probably do 5 more treatments, may have to use regular wax or something.... Recommended
i used this stuff many times on my cars, from a headlight that looked like it was painted yellow to looking like New !, i just recently bought more to do my 1999 Legacy Outback, the passenger side looks like it is Brand new ! posted pictures on facebook and my fellow subie nuts are impressed ! they had to ask me what i used and i sent a link. also i didnt have to use the sanding pads, the compound made the headlights like New.
Don't hesitate to buy this product! Worked miracles on my car!
I had low expectations, but seeing as how i'm picky about my car and the cost was so much less than competing products, I decided to give the kit a try. Absolutely amazing results for the money. Requires no special tools, and clear instructions are included that anyone can follow. Would highly recommend for anyone who wants their headlights to look new.
The lenses on my 95 T-bird were in very bad shape and I considered replacing them. Thought I would give this product a try and was really surprised at how well it worked. Some advice, you really need to spend alot of time with the first sanding pad to get good results. Saved me big bucks on replacement.
Only had to use the restoring creme and a soft cloth to return the lens to nearly new. 2002 Toyota Tacoma pickup.
01 Tundra headlights only took 5 mins with the cleaner. Set 2 was as far as i had to go with it. I have enough product left to clean them many more times.
I used this product on my acura tsx 2005. At first I was in doubt and scrubbed really hard and multiple times without seeing results. But after I applied the last final touches with the alcohol pre pads and sealers the headlights looked like brand new. I was amazed. I used this product 3 weeks ago and happy to say it's still looks like new. Def recommend this product.
Things actually started out quite promising with the first lens compound, removing light oxidation. But it left heavier patches still foggy, which is what the pads and spray lubricant are for. Problem is, that stuff is basically sandpaper that when applied by hand, just scratches everything up. The lubricant also makes things smeary so you really can't tell what progress you're making. The progressively finer pads only polish the lens to a uniform fog. If you have an actual buffer, maybe things would work better. But if you have an actual buffer, why are you buying this?
I always trusted Turtle Wax in the past but this product does nothing it says it will do. My husband and I spent about an hour per headlight (2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee) and they are still as white and fogged as they were when we started. I used a corner of the sealing wipe on a very small spot (which looks a bit clearer at the moment) and will wait the 24 hours and see how it looks (it says it fully cures in 24 hours). If there is a change in that one spot then I will edit this post and let you know, although I am not holding my breath.