Yes. Be careful though, it requires wet sanding which when done, might make you stand back in horror. However, the final compound step will bring back the new look. It works well I have done 4 or 5 cars so far. All you are doing is abrading away the top surface and removing UV damage.Anyone ever use the 3M headlight restoration kit before with any success?
No. It will remain clear until the sun/elements re-cloud the lenses. I understand this can be a daunting task, but remember light, even pressure and wet sand by hand - key word being wet. Keep those lenses wet or you risk scratching that is too deep. You must follow the step down to a fine grit of at least 1500 if you want your compound to bring back the factory new look (and it will, trust me the results are brilliant).ok, thanks. does the compound have to be re-applied at all to keep the clear finish up?
It's pretty easy with the kit. I did it on mine and it looks brand new. Clearcoat and wax it as you do your truck and it will stay looking that way.Those headlight restoration kits are for plastic. Depends on what rover you have 2002-2005 the headlight lens is actually glass, to restore it you simply replace the glass which is cheap enough. I noticed my 2007 has plastic which would polish up nicely with that kit.
Hmm...not sure about the clear coat. What does it bite into once you've completed the restoration and your headlights are back to factory new looking?It's pretty easy with the kit. I did it on mine and it looks brand new. Clearcoat and wax it as you do your truck and it will stay looking that way.
That and you probably don't want clear coat being in direct contact with your lighting as it's just going to yellow over time.Hmm...not sure about the clear coat. What does it bite into once you've completed the restoration and your headlights are back to factory new looking?