Does anyone know how to clear cloudy headlights on your car?

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I have tried Colgate toothpaste and a kit from Walmart that didn't work. Hopefully someone has the magic answer
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  • Sunny Wood Sunny Wood on Jan 23, 2015
    @Belinda Todd If you get the OFF Deep Woods bug spray, it will take the fog off of your headlights in one to two treatments!
  • Dfoster60 Dfoster60 on Jan 23, 2015
    I think the best treatment is the headlight restoration kit from Mother's. It is a product that is a little pricey but worth it. The result speaks for itself.
  • Patti Pinto Patti Pinto on Jan 23, 2015
    The head light restoration kit I tried was expensive an did not work. It left cloudy patches. Deep woods bug spray did a better job and cost much less.
  • Sue Abele Sue Abele on Jan 23, 2015
    I bought a buffing kit... and did it myself..and it really worked.. bought my kit from Canadian tire
  • Vicki Mulkey Vicki Mulkey on Jan 24, 2015
    I agree .... "Deep Woods Off Bug Spray". Just, spray wipe. If really bad .... Apply again. It took 3 applications for one. Be sure to wash off.
  • Rachele Nelson Rachele Nelson on Jan 24, 2015
    Repel mosquito bug spray! It works fantastic!!! Spray on lamp lens and rub with washcloth. I think it has more to do with the oils and conditiining the plastic lens, like wood with water stains, or dried out.
  • Mary Anne Butler Mary Anne Butler on Jan 24, 2015
    A CAA mechanic suggested wiping with gas which worked for my very cloudy headlights on a 12 yr old vehicle. Good luck!
  • Pat Pat on Jan 24, 2015
    Magic eraser and elbow grease! Make sure glass stays wet and scrub! 2000 Honda lines are looking good! Too bad for the door dings from careless people! 😃
  • Jacqueline Dinklocker Jacqueline Dinklocker on Jan 24, 2015
    I tried the restoration kits- helped a little but mostly difficult to use and ineffective. Then I discovered when I took my car to Wal Mart for an oil change, that they can buff them out for around $30 good as new!!!! I spent that much on the restoration kit.
  • Cynthia Burns-Mitchell Cynthia Burns-Mitchell on Jan 24, 2015
    If I'm not mistaken, Vineger works. I read it on a DIY Blog online. Couldn't hurt. give it a try. Good luck.
  • April Pelfrey April Pelfrey on Jan 25, 2015
    Buff them...
  • Jeanisa Moore Jeanisa Moore on Jan 25, 2015
    It's according to how old your car is. The damage could be on the inside of the headlights. I've heard that the bug spray works really well. I've not tried it yet, but intend to.
  • Judy Judy on Feb 16, 2017
    What about Windex?? You may have to use this a couple of times.