How to clean head lights lens
Use plain cheap toothpaste from the dollar store. No Flouride. Rub it on with a microfiber cloth, then polish it off. Works like a charm.
Hi Leslie. I'm Cindy. Use tooth paste to clean your headlights with an old tooth brush. Has to be tooth paste, not gel. Lightly rub in a small circular motion. Do not let it dry out. Wipe with a clean cloth or paper towel. Repeat if necessary.
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I always use the cheapest white toothpaste I can. A damp microfiber cloth will polish the lens. I do a small circular pattern, overlapping the edges. When you are done, wipe any residue off. I use a tiny amount of car wax to seal it.
I did my daughters car. Used a White (not gel) toothpaste and a damp cloth. A dab of toothpaste on the cloth and rub in a circular motion a small area at a time. Keep the toothpaste moist. A separate wet cloth squeezing water as you rub. Wipe as you go along to see the progress. Once done put some paste wax over the lenses.
Here is a tutorial for cleaning head lights https://www.pinterest.com/pin/441282463477498363/
White toothpaste on a small soft cloth will work every time. Just rub gently in a circular motion all over the lenses, rinse with plain water and another soft cloth and dry well. This is works as well as those "kits" you see advertised on TV.
The kits from auto parts stores work very well.