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Designed to quickly and safely restore, maintain and protect all types of smooth, shiny plastic and acrylic headlights to crystal clarity. Mothers® PowerBall 4Lights® Headlight Restoration Kit easily cleans away yellowing and stains, and even buffs out unsightly hairline scratches, smudges, and flaws in a single step. The included PowerPlastic® Polish restores crystal clarity; leaving a tough protective oxidation inhibiting polymer layer to guard against future degradation from the elements.

If your headlights or taillights don't look like they should, try PowerBall 4Lights®:


Regardless of where you live, your car's headlights are subjected to a variety of contaminants that will damage them. They can oxidize, turn yellow and cloudy.

Not only is this an unsightly problem, but the reduced light output is a serious safety concern.

Purchasing a high quality restoration kit can be well worth your time and money, especially when you consider that one lens may cost hundreds of dollars.

After masking off the paint surfaces surrounding your headlight lens, attach the PowerBall 4Lights® to any variable speed drill. Now tighten the drill chuck and set the speed to high.

Apply a nickel-sized amount of product to the center of the PowerBall 4Lights®.

Resting the crown of the ball on the lens, start the drill motor slowly to avoid slinging the product, and evenly distribute the product across the surface. Add small amounts of polish as needed.

Work in small areas using a slow back and forth motion. Overlap the motions until the entire lens is clean and clear.

For quicker polishing, angle the ball slightly for a few passes before going over it again with the crown.

Complete the process by buffing clean with a soft microfiber or terry cloth towel.

The lens should be crystal clear.

Monthly applications of the polish by hand, or with the PowerBall 4Lights®, will help maintain and protect your lenses.


For severe damage headlight restoration, you may need this additional step:



Mothers® is known worldwide for its premium-grade polishes, waxes and cleaners and offers a broad array of finish care products under its California Gold®, FX, Reflections®, PowerBall®, Marine and Professional lines. Go to Mothers® Polishes·Waxes·Cleaners for information on all of these products, along with a host of car care tips in the online Mothers® Detail Guide at MOTHERS® Polishes·Waxes·Cleaners and the Wax Forum at Wax Forum
 

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I have used this and wet-sanded headlights (before this kind of product hit the markets) and this is by far easier and once you factor in the time removing the headlights and the time wet-sanding them and re-installation you'd be retarded to not go this route
 

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I have used this and wet-sanded headlights (before this kind of product hit the markets) and this is by far easier and once you factor in the time removing the headlights and the time wet-sanding them and re-installation you'd be retarded to not go this route
dude, you seriously need to stop pointlessly reviving old friends. Not to be a dick, but i'm not gonna say it again.
 
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