Restoring Cloudy Headlights with Toothpaste!

If you drive a car that is about 10 years-old or older, I bet you have what's known as “Cloudy Headlights.”  I'm sure you've driven late at night, and noticed that your Headlights don't light up the road well.  You can barely see anything in front of you when driving!  You thought to yourself “Should I replace my Headlights?  Is there an inexpensive way to fix this?”

There is actually a good way to fix your Cloudy Headlights.  Using some Toothpaste!  What?  Yeah, that's right Toothpaste!  It's an old restoration trick I heard about once, but never thought it would work.  Well.. it does!  Basically what you have to do is go outside to your car with Toothpaste and a microfiber towel.  Put some Toothpaste on your towel, and rub it in in a circular motion with a good amount of force.  After a few minutes you should notice a difference.

I don't know why this works (well I don't really want to know why because it's weird that it does!)  Using Toothpaste will work but…. it will take forever to do the both Headlights.  You'll also use a lot of Toothpaste!  I'd suggest getting a Headlight Restoration Kit at your local Auto Parts Store. 

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Adam loves cars and anything with wheels. He has many interests and passions but he especially loves writing and blogging. Hence starting this auto blog.

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Adam loves cars and anything with wheels. He has many interests and passions but he especially loves writing and blogging. Hence starting this auto blog.

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