As people keep their cars longer, oxidation of commonly used plastic headlight lenses is an increasing problem for drivers. Oxidation creates a haze that's not only unsightly but can also significantly reduce headlight illumination, creating a safety hazard. And because hazing occurs over time, drivers might not be aware or notice the creeping dangers of faded headlights. Vehicles that are parked outside all day in the sun are much more likely to have the headlights haze and become cloudy due to the high levels of UV exposure.
Replacing the lenses or having them professionally restored are options, but replacement can be well over $200 per headlamp. If you want to save some money, you can purchase a do it yourself kit
from this website for about $25 to $50, or use the HRP Shop Locator
to find a qualified professional headlight restoration service in your area. Most of the shops listed in our directory charge about $49 to $99 for expert headlight restoration service. If you are not sure if you think you can do it yourself, be on the safe side and use a professional service.
Our main goal here at HeadlightRestoration.net is to make the public aware of the dangers of driving with dim, faded headlights. We recommend: HeadlightRestorationPros.com
to find a certified shop in your area. HRP's growing list of certified professional restoration shops makes it easy for you to find professional headlight restoration service in your area...