Why Do You Use a Polishing Compound During Headlight Restoration?

You would think that once you have cleaned away the outer layer of polycarbonate plastic and removed the damaged material that your job of restoring your headlights to their former brightness was finished. However, though the lens is clear, there are remaining bits of grime and grease that you cannot see.

A polishing compound is used to raise any debris to the surface of your headlights. Without using a polishing compound, those pieces of debris will not only continue to exist on your lens; they will attach other bits that flow through the air while you are driving through Longmont or anywhere else. By raising that microscopic debris from your headlight, you are ensuring that the lens is completely clean.

If you are looking for a headlight restoration kit, then come to Frontier Honda where we can advise you how to ensure a clean lens.

 

 

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