A few years ago, vehicle manufacturers began switching over from glass headlights to an easily moldable, high – impact plastic called poly-carbonate. This allowed for more creative front end designs. The poly-carbonate lens is protected with a coating at the factory which by federal law only has to last 2 to 3 years. This means they will have your lenses in stock to sell you for hundreds of dollars and don’t forget the installation.
After several years the factory coating will were off due to exposure from the sun’s ultraviolet rays and other harsh contaminates such as acid rain, smog, desert like environments, and road debris. This exposure will then cause the factory lens coating to break down and become cloudy and faded, or in some cases it will start peeling off from the top of the lens down which greatly reduces the optical illumination necessary to see safely at night as well as having a negative impact on the vehicles appearance. STOP don’t replace them Restore Them !!! Why because we can restore your lenses for a fraction of the cost of new headlights which can save you hundreds to thousands of Dollars. Yes the newer lights today can run up to 5000.00 for each headlight. Also ask our competitors about there Guarantee 6 months 2 years the question is how long are you going to keep you vehicle how many times do want to put out money to restore your lenses.
Do it once with Most all of the headlight repair kits on the market today are short term solutions and some require repeated maintenance as much as weekly. This includes the buffing and polishing methods as well as the wipe on and brush on applications. HWR team continually observed the same patterns over and over again; the products all had low or non-existent UV protection and extremely soft unlinked polymers. This means your headlight lenses will get foggy and hazy in a short time because they were not sealed or sealed with an inferior product meaning Yes A Short Term Fix. Most of these applications somewhat improve the appearance of the lenses immediately after the application but then become faded again in a very short period of time. Some applications will scratch the lens with repeated tries damaging the lens permanently making the appearance worse off then when you started. WARNING if you did buy or going to buy a miracle lens kit please do some research and check out the reviews, see what people are saying about the product. Second can you return the kit and will they pay for the damage to your lenses if there is any.