- Pasty-white toothpaste (not gel)
- Painter’s tape
- Microfiber cloth, paper towel or sponge
- Car wax
As your vehicle ages, it takes a beating. One of the most immediate and obvious indications of the wear-and-tear it’s taken on is the yellowing of your headlights. Yellowed headlights don’t just look bad – they also negatively impact your lights’ brightness, seriously impeding your ability to see at night. Luckily, you don’t need to spend extra money on store-bought products to remedy the problem – you can use household items you already have.
Don’t let oxidized headlights prevent you from enjoying your next cruise by moonlight. Follow the simple steps outlined here and give them a makeover with a household product you’d never have thought of – a tube of toothpaste.
After reading those, you won’t have to settle from substandard lighting. Just follow the five steps above and polish those headlights up with a little Colgate or Complete Care. You’ll definitely notice the difference between the before and after, and drive safely for many more nights to come.
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