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Target also has Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer Kit (T-240KT) for $5.12. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks Johnnck01



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Walmart has Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer Kit (T-240KT) for $5.12. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+.
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Walmart has it's headlight restoration service down to $25 now from $40 and they do a good job!
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Just wanted to add that even if you get restore your headlights, if you don't get some kind of sealant after you're done, it'll be back to how it was in a few months. I've used Meguiar's G17804 for the last few years and I haven't had to redo my headlights in 3-4 years now. Prior to that, when I buff my headlights, it'd get cloudy and hazy within 3-4 months. I'm in CA and my car is parked outdoor
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I think you can use a mag wheel polish or toothpaste to take down the foggy layer but sealing is the most important step. You need to seal it with uv clearcoat or it will fog again in 6 months
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Target and Walmart also have the same price
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If your headlights are in bad shape this crap does not work. I spent a lot of time and effort trying to restore my headlights and it made them a little better but not worth the time or energy. I wouldn't try it again even if it was free.
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Walmart has it's headlight restoration service down to $25 now from $40 and they do a good job!
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Toothpaste does a better job and you already have that in your house... Hopefully
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I hear melamine sponges work well.
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I have used this before and thought it worked really well. You just have to spend time wet sanding with the provided sanding squares. It's going to take some effort, but it works. My only complaint is that you have to do this periodically as they will yellow again after a while, maybe 6 months to a year later. But I suspect that's the case with any of these since you're taking it down to bare plastic and not really applying any sort of permanent protectant. I think it's worth the $5 if you're cheap, or if you'd rather pay to not have to put any effort into it, the powerball one that attaches to a drill works just as well in less time, but is more expensive. Or pay someone to do it for you.
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I think you can use a mag wheel polish or toothpaste to take down the foggy layer but sealing is the most important step. You need to seal it with uv clearcoat or it will fog again in 6 months
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I have used this before and thought it worked really well. You just have to spend time wet sanding with the provided sanding squares. It's going to take some effort, but it works. My only complaint is that you have to do this periodically as they will yellow again after a while, maybe 6 months to a year later. But I suspect that's the case with any of these since you're taking it down to bare plastic and not really applying any sort of permanent protectant. I think it's worth the $5 if you're cheap, or if you'd rather pay to not have to put any effort into it, the powerball one that attaches to a drill works just as well in less time, but is more expensive. Or pay someone to do it for you.
IMO the drill version is much better. Lots of work to sand it and my hand just doesn't hold small sand paper like these well.
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Would resealing it with 303 work (for the UV protection)? Anyone with experience?
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For $5, its worth a shot, but almost not worth the effort. Might work well for ones that are just slightly deteriorated, but anything that is more than "slightly yellow" will require the drill version. Only $11 right now too
https://www.amazon.com/3M-39008-H...d_cp_263_1
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Just wanted to add that even if you get restore your headlights, if you don't get some kind of sealant after you're done, it'll be back to how it was in a few months. I've used Meguiar's G17804 for the last few years and I haven't had to redo my headlights in 3-4 years now. Prior to that, when I buff my headlights, it'd get cloudy and hazy within 3-4 months. I'm in CA and my car is parked outdoor
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Walmart has it's headlight restoration service down to $25 now from $40 and they do a good job!
Do you happen to know if it comes with a lifetime warranty? Someone on here on another similar deal said Sam's Club offers the service for $40 w/ a lifetime guarantee but I'm not a member 0_o
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This didnt work for me.
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