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In order to get rid of oxidation off of a car’s headlight lens, an individual will need to use polishing compound and a damp cloth. Go back over a headlight lens with water after treating it for oxidation with help from an ASE-certified mechanic in this free video on auto repair and maintenance. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for more than 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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6 Responses to “Auto Repair & Maintenance : How to Get Rid of Oxidation From a Car Lens”

  1. dodgechryslersucks says:

    On most lamps you’ll be polishing for the rest of your life when they get bad when they get cloudy or hazed over really bad.

    What I’d highly recommend is using some 1500 grit sand paper and WET Sanding (use lots of water), rinsing the residue then repeat with some 2000 or 3000 grit to smooth it out. THEN Polish like hell to get it shiny and clear again.

    If found that just polishing or using one of those headlamp restore kits often doesn’t work. Plastic lenses only also of course.

  2. davidsquall351 says:

    Rubbing Compound is Kewl.

  3. 846524162 says:

    or….You buy Clear glass.

  4. KrazyAnub1s says:

    Would glass products such as Windex work for this?

  5. MrKwazee says:

    @KrazyAnub1s No, but Liquid Comet with a damp or wet rag works on some lights.

  6. MrKwazee says:

    @dodgechryslersucks Agree totally with the sandpaper.On really bad headlights I actually started out with 320 grit paper.Also it has to be Automotive sandpaper for wet sanding or it will just fall apart.

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