Defogging Headlights

Curious why your headlights over time get to looking yellow?

According to Edmunds.com the plastic lens covering the headlight over time becomes scratched, pitted and clouded by exposure to the sun giving us that foggy, yellow look.

Now I’m sure you have heard about saving yourself some money and defogging your headlights from home but have been hesitant to give it a try. After some research we decided to conduct our own experiments here at Toyota of The Black Hills by using three DIY experiments; toothpaste, baking soda and vinegar, and a store bought kit. We also recorded one of our Toyota Professionals restoring a headlight professionally.

Take a look at what we found to be the best method…