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Target has Turtle Wax Headlight Lens Restorer Kit (T-240KT) on sale for $4.47. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks l_r_r

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Note: In stock March 5.
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Turtle Wax T-240KT Headlight Lens Restorer Kit [amazon.com] - $4.47 In stock March 5, 2020.
Free ship with Prime or over $25
Prime members: possibly get $1 digital credit for slow ship
  • Kit includes: 3 restoration pads of various grits from 2400 to 8000 grit, Spray Lubricant (4 oz.), Lens Clarifying Compound (4 oz.) and Lens Sealing Wipe (4"x4")
  • Can be used on all lenses, plexiglass and plastic surfaces
  • Restores dull, yellowed headlights to like new condition in less than 5 minutes per lens
  • Lens Clarifying Compound quickly removes surface discoloration and may be all that is needed to restore clarity
  • 3 multi-stage wet restoration pads focus on deeper discoloration and scratches to restore the lens to like new condition
  • New sealing wipe helps protect from future yellowing and discoloration
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PSA: If you have a Sam's Club membership they have a lifetime headlight restoration service which costs around $40 and includes a UV-cured sealant which lasts 5 years. If it ever wears off or you need it done again it's free.

I've used several of these DIY kits and 1) it's a LOT of work to do them right 2) they only last a short period of time. 3) I found that the 3M one with the drill attachment was best, but it's around $20. The $40 Sam's deal is a steal.
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I agree. I also buy a new car whenever my oil needs changing. I figured it was cheaper than driving to buy oil, buying a filter, draining the oil, replacing the filter, putting in new oil, and then driving to drop off the used oil.
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Just use an abrasive toothpaste, a shop towel, and elbow grease. Afterward, apply 303 UV protectant or something better. You'll be surprised by how much yellow ends up on the towel / spent paste
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Very easy to use. Just used this few weeks ago and bought a while back on similar sale.
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Does this work really well, or would I be better off to use one that uses a drill? My headlights are pretty bad.
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seems like good deal. sand paper alone at walmart costs about $10
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Does this work really well, or would I be better off to use one that uses a drill? My headlights are pretty bad.
if you have the drill, that would be the way to go. otherwise you will be sanding for like an hour
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if you have the drill, that would be the way to go. otherwise you will be sanding for like an hour
I have both and hand sanding is quicker for me. 10-15 and I have it completed.
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Not seeing slow ship credit option but still ordered.
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It is excellent
However,words to the effect, usually lasts about 1 year
Sylvania headlight restorer is the best, but at $21 plus tax...my experience lasts 3 years

Yes, takes 5 minutes But about 20-30 minutes with prep time between steps
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all i use is turtle wax polishing compound and a foam pad on a drill. results in a clear lens but only lasts about a year because i never get around to applying some sort of UV protectant.
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Not seeing slow ship credit option but still ordered.
Yes, on my order.
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Just use an abrasive toothpaste, a shop towel, and elbow grease. Afterward, apply 303 UV protectant or something better. You'll be surprised by how much yellow ends up on the towel / spent paste
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Thanks... Ordered it
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Lasted about 8 months for me. Only needed the first step. Made my lenses look brand new.
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Use toothpaste. Same results
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