Headlight restoration, window tint jackson, MS
Most headlights are made of polycarbonate plastic which is perfect for difficult road conditions and is coated with a protective film to keep from wear and time, however this doesn't last forever. The UV sun rays decrease this protective film and when sanding the plastic coating on a headlight restoration can completely wipe the protective coating out, ruining it's nice brilliance and new look. By placing a clear blue protective tape around the light and in most cases toothpaste will do the trick, however, vinegar and rubbing alcohol mixed with light cleaning with sand paper several times can clean your windshields perfectly. If you rub too hard when applying the sand paper you can ruing the polycarbonate plastic which protects the plastic and also gives it that nice new look that you're looking for. Be sure to do the sanding prior to using the rubbing alcohol and vinegar to prep the plastic, do several coats while washing with water each time you rub the alcohol after. After several coats, (3-4) this should come right out and give the bright and shiny look.