You will need the following materials:
-Windex or surface cleaner (non-abrasive)
-Brasso (the stuff you use for polishing brass, stainless steel, etc...) available at Home Depot and other hardware stores
-100% Cotton Cloth x 3 - one for applying brasso, one for buffing, and one for the 303
-303 Aerospace Protectant - UV inhibitor designed for materials such as Lexan. Available at aviation and boating supply stores (or Summit Racing)
Here's what you need to do:
1). Remove headlamps from your vehicle (or if you're careful you can do this job right on the car).
2). Set aside on a firm surface. Remove all bulbs and wiring to prevent injury and/or damage.
3). Clean surface of headlamp lens with Windex to remove bug spatter or other debris.
4). Using a cotton cloth, pour Brasso onto cloth and start rubbing the lens. Rub it in good!!!
5). Apply 2-3 times if your lenses are really bad.
6). Allow it to dry to a white cloudy haze and use the clean cotton cloth to buff it.
7). Buff until its clear, if its still cloudy - reapply the Brasso and repeat steps 4-6.
8). Once you're satisfied with the results, apply 303 directly onto the headlamp lens.
9). Use a clean cotton cloth to wipe off the excess and polish the lens. Repeat 2-3 times.
10). Re-install bulbs and wiring. Finally install the headlamps in your vehicle.
The 303 Aerospace Protectant should block most of the UV radiation from harming the plastic, but it's important to reapply the 303 occaisonally (i.e. everytime you wash the vehicle).
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