You know, I'd recommend going with that Sylvania restoration kit. I've been using their Silverstar bulbs for years on the different vehicles, and I must say, they are cool. And the restoration kit is good as well, and has everything included to do the restoration by yourself. Though, I've never tried doing anything with the toothpaste, so really cannot say anything about that methodI was wondering if anyone has tried a good headlight restoration product? Theres a lot to choose from at my parts store, but dont know what is a good brand..
You either didn't keep it wet enough and scorched the surface of your plastic, or (and it looks like this to me) you didn't sand enough. You have to continue sanding until the water coming off is clear. If it's milky, that's oxidation and you're not done.I came on here to make a post about this, but I will post under this tread as it relates to the subject. My stock headlights were getting bad so I purchased the Meguires Headlight restoration kits and used my drill and followed the instructions to a T (or so I thought lol) but I must have really screwed it up, as my headlights actually looked worse then they were . This was last year and stored the car and havent got around to fixes this to date. Take a look at the pic, headlights make my car look so bad... I definitely need to get this fixed. Anyone have any ideas what I did wrong? Any tips? I lost some of the pieces of the kit so Ill have to go out and buy a new kit, not sure if I will go with Meguires again or not.