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Headlight Restoration

Restore your headlights to make them look new again

Before and after headlight restoration

Over time especially here in Florida, the headlights on your vehicle can become cloudy and oxidized. The sun's harmful UV rays, halogen bulb heat, weather, and road debris will degrade the look and function of your headlight lenses. This can make nighttime driving difficult as the light will not be able to shine brightly through.

Not to worry, we can make them look great again. The oxidation is on the outside of the headlight. We will wet-sand the headlights until all the yellow oxidation and debris are gone. Next, we will use a cutting compound to remove those sanding marks. By now the headlights will look outstanding. 

Before and after headlight restoration

The last step would be to apply a ceramic coating in order to keep your headlights looking bright and clean for years to come. 

The headlight restoration will give your vehicle an instant facelift.

If you would like to schedule an appointment to get your vehicles headlight restore just click on the button below to book it online.  

How do we restore those headlights? Check out the video below. 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Headlight Restorations

How long does the headlight restoration take? 

The headlight restoration process takes between 30-40 minutes

What is the average cost of the headlight restoration?

The cost starts at $79.00 for the pair

How long will it last?

We seal the headlights with a UV-resistant ceramic coating. The coating is a three-year coating.

Is the yellowing on the inside of the headlights?

No, the oxidation from the sun's UV rays and road debris are all on the outside. 

Would it be better to buy new headlights? 

No, the cost to buy new headlights versus having them restored is about 2 to 3 times more. 

Are there any cases where the headlights do not come out clear? 

Yes, in some cases there are headlights that have cracks on the inside. These cracks will still be there after the restoration and will diminish the clarity. 

Can I use toothpaste to restore the headlights? 

No, toothpaste does not have a strong enough abrasive to remove oxidation. The headlights need to be sanded. 

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