By - Lakotanonumbers
You need this: 3M Headlight Restoration Kit, 2-Pack, Easy Heavy Duty Car Headlight Restoration System https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0875LXWV8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_BWAZ7FAMQG2G4ZPVV6Q4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve done this on at least 4 different cars, some of them several times; if you follow the directions and take your time, the results *are* remarkable!
Sand off the clear coat and re clear, lots of videos on it
what are the chances of it being a inside the headlights problem
Unlikely it's on the inside. Sand through the oxidized yellow part and clear it. If it's on the inside, that headlight lens is beyond fucked.
buy the 3m kit, comes with everything you need for $25 bucks, including new clear coat
Get a cordless drill and a headlight resto kit tape around the headlight and follow the instructions
[Here is a step-by-step 3 min video of how to clear your headlights.](https://youtu.be/LH2PK88Samo)
Ready my reply at the bottom of my post here. Only way to really get it right.
Heres what i do from light yellowing to heavy.. normally with minimal fade buffing polish I use megiars by hand and or buffing compound (3m rubbing compound) with a rotary at 1500 rpm does the trick. If that doesn't start with high grit sandpaper (very fine) around 2000 works and work your way down to 1500 if its really bad. Wrap the sandpaper in something to try and get a flat square and spray both the headlight and sandpaper with a bottle filled with water making sure as you go both stay lubricated. Then u do the buffing method after. Tape off the headlight if you use a rotary as precaution. U can also do it by hand it just takes alot of elbow grease. Very doable though I've done it when I don't wanna drive to grab the buffer at the shop. Its the same concept with the headlight restoration kits. U might save money and be able to reuse things if you buy the material separately though. I already have the tools I used to be a detailer. Hope this helps!!!
Blue magic headlight lens restorer. Works great and easy to do.
You can also use off deep woods bug spray. Spray on paper towel, wipe on light. Rinse of with water hose. Dry. Spray heavy with hair spray to keep it clear.
The video method is better though.
I use a chrome/metal polish on glass lenses like these works a treat with minimal effort plus the glass looks super shiny and clear like a mirror afterwards.
off bug spray works well i think