How to Polish Car Headlights

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When polishing car headlights, it's important to first take a rag and clean off any debris that is already on the car headlights. Use a microfiber rag to polish car headlights with help from the owner of a car detailing business in this free video on auto maintenance and detailing.

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Video Transcript

Hi my name is Johnny. I'm from Johnny V's Mobile Detailing here in St. Petersburg, Florida and I'm going to show you how to polish your car's headlights. The first thing you are going to want to do is take yourself a rag here and you are going to want to clean off any debris that is already on the car headlights making sure that they are free of dirt or anything like that. The next step you want to do is take your favorite headlight cleaner and make sure it is for plastic because these are plastic headlights, put a little bit here on your rag and what I am going to do is I am going to go in circular motions slowly over one headlight at a time as you can see making sure not to get anything on the paint, being very careful about this, going in circular motions now. Now I will just leave that there for a second. I'm wanting it to haze up a little bit so it can do its work and do what it is supposed to do and the next thing I want to do is take yourself a clean rag, a microfiber rag preferably and slowly wipe off, start with the edges and then work your way to the middle and then in round circular motions making sure to get all the polish off your car, off your headlight I should say. Now that is nice and shiny, now this headlight here should shine as bright as it possibly can so that you can see everything in front of you and that's pretty much all you have to do to polish your headlights. My name is John and I'm from Johnny V's Mobile Detailing and that's how you polish your headlights.


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