Car failed its MOT? The most common MOT failure category is lights and lamps. Having your lights too bright, too dim, cracked, faded or discoloured can warrant an MOT failure just as much as a bulb being completely out. Overtime, your headlights, like all plastics on a car, will fade as a result of UV and chemical damage. To restore your car's headlights and remove hazing from milky or yellowed headlights, just use a headlight restoration kit.
Headlight restoration is straight forward, using polishes designed to restore clarity to polycarbonate. Restore headlights on all cars including BMW, Audi, Mercedes to name a few, by using a simple step-by-step guide. Complete car headlight restoration with a headlight sealant that will layer on added protection and prevent the damage returning too quickly. If you apply these headlight sealants on a new car, you can prevent any damage occurring from the start.
Once finished, restored headlights can massively improve the appearance of a car and the safety of nighttime driving. With the correct beam pattern and brightness now available, you will be able to see further down the road with more clarity and won't be blinding other drivers.
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