Q:  Why do headlight lenses get yellow, hazy, tarnished or discolored?

A: Manufacturers of today’s cars are producing plastic headlights lenses which become tarnished and discolored for several reasons including exposure to sun, oxidation, harsh road chemicals and debris

Q: If my headlights are really bad (yellow and discolored) and are rough and gritty can they still be restored?

A: Absolutely. Our Headlight Wizard products are designed and specifically formulated to clean and restore even the most discolored, tarnished and oxidized headlights.

Q: Do we have to remove the headlights?

A: No, our Headlight Wizard products can be applied directly on the headlights with no removal or taping of the headlights required or necessary.

Q: Why should I get my Headlights Restored?

A: Two main reasons, appearance and safety. After using our products your yellow, oxidized and discolored lights will now look clean, clear and shiny and will definitely enhance and improve your car’s appearance.

For Safety Reasons, by law, headlights are required to illuminate a minimum of 150 feet. Cloudy, yellowed, discolored and tarnished headlights considerably reduce this visibility. Clean and restored headlights will approve and enhance your visibility by more than 50-60% and allow you to see other cars and objects in the road and equally as important, will allow other drivers to see you as well.

Q. Do my headlights look brand new?

A. Nothing will make your headlights brand new other than buying new headlights. Our products are so effective that they will bring your headlights back to an almost new condition.

Q: Does the headlight restoration process that you provide also include removal of water that has gotten into the inside of the plastic lens cover?

A: No, the cleaning and restoration of headlights does not include the removal of water from the inside of the lens cover. Water seeping into headlights is a result of the breakdown of the seal around the headlight which is unrelated to the problem of oxidation, tarnish and discoloring on the outside of the plastic lens cover which is what our products can treat and fix.


Q: After I utilize your lens restoration services, is it recommended that I wax the lenses to maintain them?

A: Absolutely not. Our headlight restoration services are so thorough that no maintenance is required at all after the process is completed and the lenses have cured properly.

Q: Can I take the car to an automatic car wash?

A: Yes, it is not a problem to take your vehicle through an automatic car wash after the lenses have cured (normally 24 hours).

Q: Is it acceptable to spray armor-all, silicone, or dressings on the lenses after they have been restored.

A: No, applying any of the above mentioned will actually negatively affect your restored lenses as the heat of the headlamp will burn these substances and discolor your headlight. Our UV protected sealant provides a permanent solution to your headlights that does not require any maintenance.

Q: Why do I need this service (headlight restoration) and how does it really benefit me?

A: The number one reason that this service is important is to improve night time visibility as well as visibility in inclement weather. It also allows other driver’s to see you more clearly in the dark and in unfavorable weather conditions. Another benefit of our headlight restoration is that it dramatically improves your vehicle’s appearance and helps increase the resale value of your vehicle.

Q: How long does the process of the headlight restoration take?

A: A typical customer can clean and restore a set of headlights, after watching the instructional video and reading the posted directions, in approximately 20-30 minutes.

Q: Will rain affect my newly restored lenses?

A: Rain does not affect the restored lenses in any way. Rain does not contain any damaging chemicals or anything that would conflict with the lenses’ restoration.

Q: Does my vehicle need to be covered in a garage after the process has been completed?

A: No, it is not necessary to put your car in a garage after the restoration, however obviously a garage-kept vehicle will be over all in better condition due to it being out of the environmental elements.