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3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant

3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant


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3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant

3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant
  • Easy, 5-step process requires as little as an hour to remove scratches and restore cloudy, dull lenses
  • Includes 3M premium masking tape and 3M protectant for easy DIY repair
  • May be used on most plastic lenses, including taillights, trailers, snowmobiles, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle lights and more (System is intended to restore two headlight lenses)
  • Features 3M abrasive technology and a polishing compound to restore hazy and dull headlight lenses, as well as other plastic lens surfaces on your vehicle
  • Utilizes the muscle power of a common household (1200-1600 rpm) drill to do all the necessary sanding and buffing
The 3M Lens Renewal Kit with Protectant is an easy-to-use five step system that can make hazy lenses a thing of the past. Designed to provide increased brightness to plastic lenses, this kit comes with everything you need to do the job--just add a drill. It will remove the hazy, yellow layer from lenses on trailers, snowmobiles, headlights/taillights, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle lights, and more. Not only does it increase your night time visibility, the restored clarity will improve the appearance of your vehicle. The included protectant will keep your lenses looking cleaner longer. In the past, replacing scratched, clouded or yellowed plastic headlight covers was an expensive necessity in order to preserve safety. But

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  1. 117 of 122 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    3M lens magic, January 22, 2012
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    C. Tone «constitution» (Frederick, CO United States) –
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    This review is from: 3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant (Automotive)
    I have purchased many different items over the years to polish the headlights on my 2002 Jetta. And I have been able to polish to a point but never got that new look, and there was plenty of elbow grease used with those product.

    But results were always the same, lack luster.

    Got this product a couple weeks back and had been waiting for a warm day. This is a small package and was curious what was inside that would make the results possible that I was looking for. Opened it up and and had varies sanding pads and polish units with compond and polish. The difference that this has is the needed sand paper to start the polishing of the headlights.

    All of the componds that say that you just put on a cloth and polish with your hands will do little or nothing to clean the headlights. I know, I have tried them and they are all sitting out in the garage.

    You need to sand the old plastic of your headlights off, and slowly use the next finer grit of sandpaper to slowly polish the plastic back to a new status. They say that this is a quick process but I would take a little extra time than usual to polish at each stage.

    At first I thought I had just destroyed my headlights and was thinking that I would be having to buy brand new when you see the first sanding stage. But went to the second stage and you can start to see it slowly working. But still take the time to move slowly back and forth.

    Once I got to the 9000 grit pad with some polish compond on the pad, and basically started the wet sanding of the headlights you start to see the results of taking your time on the first couple stages. I kept going back and forth on this stage and kept spraying water on really work the wet sand process. Looked great and thought it was good enough to be done, but…

    Followed the instructions and of course they kept looking better.

    So in short, this product works. After having headlights that have been worthless for years, I now have brand new looking headlights on my old car. Can not stress enough, take your time and don’t rush the process. And your hard work will give you fantastic results and I am betting will last a long time.

    Don’t waste your time on the others, this works as advertised.

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  2. 35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than magic, if you’re willing to do some work., December 4, 2012
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    I bought this kit because my wife wanted to buy one of those «works like magic!» headlight lens restorers from a TV ad. I didn’t trust that product. A spray-on coating might make fine scratches that can cause cloudiness less visible, but it can’t actually fix the scratches or restore the original lens surface, and I don’t trust a coating to last. That’s the problem with magic: it’s easy to do but it doesn’t work. With this kit, you actually repair the surface of the lens itself. It’s the real thing, but it doesn’t work «like magic,» it works like work (a couple of hours’ worth) and produces great results.

    The lens repair process has four stages (not including prep, the final wax coating after the lens is polished, and clean-up). The first stage is sanding with 500-grit sandpaper, the second is sanding with 800-grit sandpaper, the third is a 3000-grit polishing abrasive (used with a little water) that’s embedded in a foam disk, and the fourth is a polishing compound rubbed on using another foam disk.

    Besides the parts in the kit, you need a 1200-1600 RPM drill, a water spray bottle (a plant mister would certainly do), some clean soft rags for wiping, soapy water for an initial wash, and a clean microfiber cloth for the final wax application. I used an old plug-in electric drill that runs at 1200 rpm. I doubt that a cordless drill could complete the task for two headlights in one charge.

    A round holder, included in the kit, fits in the drill and holds the various sandpaper and foam pads used in the four stages. The holder is thick foam, so it’s very forgiving; for instance, the edge of the pad won’t gouge the working surface if you tilt the drill while sanding or polishing. The sandpaper and foam disks attach to the pad with hook and loop surfaces, so changing disks (which you do many times during the process) is quick and easy.

    The first step, the 500 sandpaper, is what actually removes any deep scratches, pits, or yellowing from the surface. If your lens has only haze from fine scratches, you might be able to skip this stage. One of my lenses also had some pits in it that I didn’t know about until beginning to sand, so skipping it wouldn’t have produced as good results. Deeper pits and scratches require more sanding at this stage; possibly, a lot more. If a stage isn’t fully completed, you can make up for it on the next stage, but that takes much longer. In general, if you’re doing enough at each stage, each subsequent stage should take less time than the one before. If you find yourself needing to take more time on a stage than the one before (such as, trying to complete the removal of a pit or of yellowed surface plastic using the 800 sandpaper), you’re better off going back to the previous stage instead.

    The second, third, and fourth stages successively smooth and polish the surface that’s been smoothed (but in the process, completely frosted) in the first stage. So, the first stage looks like you’re making the problem a lot worse, but it all works out in the end.

    Each headlight took me about 90 minutes, for different reasons. The first lens was fogged (due to fine scratches) over a large area, so I carefully included every edge and corner in each pass of each stage. This might not have been necessary, especially where the lens wrapped around to the side (for the front turn signal light) and was already clear to begin with. After seeing how the process works, I realized I could have limited the stage 1 sanding to where the visible haze was. Of course, each stage after that has to cover the area worked over in the previous stage(s), plus a little more. The second lens had damage in a more limited area, so I was able to work on a smaller area, but it turns out some of that damage went deeper into the plastic, requiring a lot more sanding in stage 1 and stage 2. That offset the time savings from skipping the side portion, and from the practice. I think it should be possible to do a good job in an hour per lens, but not much less than that.

    Controlling the rotary sanding and polishing was not difficult but took some practice initially. You can tell when you have the pad flat on the surface because it doesn’t pull sideways in any direction. Moving over the curved lens surface, though, you’ll inevitably be at different angles, which causes the tool to pull laterally in various directions or to tend to wobble in a rapid «orbit.» Reduce the pressure if this happens. I imagine that anyone who’s used a rotary polisher would already know all this, but I hadn’t before and I was still able to get used to it quickly, without any harm done in the learning process.

    The instructions in the kit are very thorough, though a few details were missing. It is helpful to wipe the sanding dust or polishing mud off the lens more often than the instructions say to. It’s also helpful to blow or tap the dust off the sandpaper disks frequently,…

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  3. 25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    wow it really works, July 4, 2011
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    howie

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    This review is from: 3M 39045 Headlight Renewal Kit with Protectant (Automotive)
    my headlights were opaque when i started using this product and when i finished the headlights were as clear as brand new. it is so easy to use and takes very little time. i recommend this product 100%

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