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Adam's Headlight Restoration Kit

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$39.99

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Restores oxidized, hazy, yellow headlights back to a clear finish.

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Instructions:

  1. Ensure the headlight lens is clean before starting the polishing process. Mist a small amount of Detail Spray onto the lens and wipe clean with a Gray Utility Towel.

  2. Attach the 4” Cordless Drill Backing Plate into a cordless drill. Ensure that backing plate is secured in the chuck of the drill.

  3. Attach a 4” Blue Microfiber Cutting Pad to the Cordless Drill Backing Plate.

  4. If any dark gray or black textured plastic pieces are in the surrounding area of the headlight, treat them with VRT or tape them off with painter’s tape to reduce risk of staining or discoloring these trim pieces by accidental contact with the polishing pads and polishes.

  5. Apply 3-4 drops of Heavy Correcting Compound onto the Blue Microfiber Cutting Pad.

  6. Press the pad onto several areas of the headlight surface to spread the compound/polish. Smear the product around somewhat by moving the pad, prior to powering on the drill, to avoid splatter and sling onto yourself and other areas of the vehicle.

  7. With the pad flat against the headlight and using light pressure to control the drill, power on the drill on a high speed setting, and slowly work the compound/polish into the lens in up/down and left/right motions, several passes in each direction.

  8. It is crucial to monitor pad and headlight temperature during the polishing process so that you do not burn the headlight lens or cause any discoloration from too much heat.

  9. Wipe away the residue with the Gray Utility Towel. Use a light mist of Detail Spray if the residue is difficult to remove.

  10. Remove the Microfiber Cutting Pad, and attach the 4” Blue Foam Pad to the Cordless Drill Backing Plate. Polish the headlight again with the less abrasive pad by repeating Steps 5-9.

  11. Remove the Blue Foam Pad, and attach the 4” White Foam Pad. Apply 3-4 drops of Finishing Polish onto the White Foam Pad, then repeat Steps 6-9.

  12. Move onto the other headlight. Use the second 4” Microfiber Cutting Pad included with the kit since the microfiber material may be too flattened and matted down from the first pad, and repeat the polishing process in Steps 4-11.

  13. After polishing is complete, clean all 4 polishing pads. Generously spray pads with All Purpose Cleaner (not included). Allow it to soak for a few minutes, then run the pads under warm water, using your fingers and thumbs to squeeze the compound and polish from the pads. Once clear water is running through the pads, set them aside to air-dry for 1-2 days.

 

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  • Safely and effectively removes oxidation on headlights
  • Improves brightness and visibility of lens
  • Complete headlight restoration within 30 minutes
  • Made in 

Instructions:

  1. Ensure the headlight lens is clean before starting the polishing process. Mist a small amount of Detail Spray onto the lens and wipe clean with a Gray Utility Towel.

  2. Attach the 4” Cordless Drill Backing Plate into a cordless drill. Ensure that backing plate is secured in the chuck of the drill.

  3. Attach a 4” Blue Microfiber Cutting Pad to the Cordless Drill Backing Plate.

  4. If any dark gray or black textured plastic pieces are in the surrounding area of the headlight, treat them with VRT or tape them off with painter’s tape to reduce risk of staining or discoloring these trim pieces by accidental contact with the polishing pads and polishes.

  5. Apply 3-4 drops of Heavy Correcting Compound onto the Blue Microfiber Cutting Pad.

  6. Press the pad onto several areas of the headlight surface to spread the compound/polish. Smear the product around somewhat by moving the pad, prior to powering on the drill, to avoid splatter and sling onto yourself and other areas of the vehicle.

  7. With the pad flat against the headlight and using light pressure to control the drill, power on the drill on a high speed setting, and slowly work the compound/polish into the lens in up/down and left/right motions, several passes in each direction.

  8. It is crucial to monitor pad and headlight temperature during the polishing process so that you do not burn the headlight lens or cause any discoloration from too much heat.

  9. Wipe away the residue with the Gray Utility Towel. Use a light mist of Detail Spray if the residue is difficult to remove.

  10. Remove the Microfiber Cutting Pad, and attach the 4” Blue Foam Pad to the Cordless Drill Backing Plate. Polish the headlight again with the less abrasive pad by repeating Steps 5-9.

  11. Remove the Blue Foam Pad, and attach the 4” White Foam Pad. Apply 3-4 drops of Finishing Polish onto the White Foam Pad, then repeat Steps 6-9.

  12. Move onto the other headlight. Use the second 4” Microfiber Cutting Pad included with the kit since the microfiber material may be too flattened and matted down from the first pad, and repeat the polishing process in Steps 4-11.

  13. After polishing is complete, clean all 4 polishing pads. Generously spray pads with All Purpose Cleaner (not included). Allow it to soak for a few minutes, then run the pads under warm water, using your fingers and thumbs to squeeze the compound and polish from the pads. Once clear water is running through the pads, set them aside to air-dry for 1-2 days.

 

Questions/Comments? Call 866-965-0400

Join our online community at AdamsForums.com

  • Safely and effectively removes oxidation on headlights
  • improves brightness and visibility of lens
  • Complete headlight restoration within 30 minutes
  • Made in 
  • Adam’s Heavy Correcting Compound 2oz

  • Adam’s Finishing Polish 2oz

  • Adam’s Detail Spray 2oz

  • Adam’s 4” Cordless Drill Backing Plate

  • Adam’s 4” Blue Microfiber Cutting Pad 2-pack

  • Adam’s 4” Blue Foam Pad

  • Adam’s 4” White Foam Pad

  • Adam’s Gray Utility Towel 2-pack
  • Safely and effectively removes oxidation on headlights
  • Improves brightness and visibility of lens
  • Complete headlight restoration within 30 minutes
  • Made in 
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I have two Lincoln Mark VIIs and like all 80s and up cars their headlights really yellow over time. I decided to order the Headlight kit and try it on my 1990 w... more
Nick
All i can say is that this product is amazing. took me half hour and my head lights look like i replaced them brand. idk wtf is in the potion, but my Subaru loo... more
Travis
Nick on 7/21/2017
I have two Lincoln Mark VIIs and like all 80s and up cars their headlights really yellow over time. I decided to order the Headlight kit and try it on my 1990 which had some bad discoloration. The lights were wet sanded and then polished. It took a few passes with the Microfiber pads before I moved on to the blue foam pad, then the finishing pad. The headlights came out great on the car and are now as close to crystal clear as I think they can get being that they're 27 years old. The kit comes well packaged and will not disappoint, but like all polishing it may take a while to achieve the results wanted but you will get them. One of the big advantages of the kit over others is the ability to use 4 inch pads. The Mark VII lights, like Fox Body Mustangs and many other cars of the era have little nubs on the lights that stick out and usually rip apart foam pads. The 4 inch pad is a perfect size to move around and miss these areas while making sure everything is polished and cleaned up properly. Absolutely worth it.
Travis on 7/4/2017
All i can say is that this product is amazing. took me half hour and my head lights look like i replaced them brand. idk wtf is in the potion, but my Subaru looks good AF now that i used the headlight restoration kit. $40 for a kit that works, instead of buying OEM headlight casings, you bet your bottom dollar, id buy this stuff agian.

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