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3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit

3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit


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3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit

3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit
  • No power tools needed, so it can be completed easily by hand
  • Restores cloudy and dull lenses
  • Can be used on trailers, snowmobiles, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle light and other plastic lenses
  • Helps improve nighttime visibility and appearance of vehicle
  • Contains 6 sanding discs, 4 finishing discs, 2 refining disc, 2-1 oz rubbing compound, and 1 foam pad
A 5 step process that restores the clarity of yellowed, hazy, or dull headlight lenses. 3M Headlight Restoration Kit contains sanding discs and polishing pad with compound. No tools required. This kit can be used on trailers, snowmobiles, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle light and other plastic lenses. It will help to improve nighttime visibility and appearance of vehicle.

Precio de lista: $ 22.99 Precio: $ 9.96

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  1. 72 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This product works, but you need a few tips to get long lasting results, January 2, 2014
    By 
    Roger Gum «Christian Author of Financial Fait… (CHARLOTTE, NC, United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: 3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit (Automotive)
    My high school aged son has started a headlight restoration business using these products, because they really do work! It takes some time and is not always easy, but the results are fantastic. Make sure to follow the directions. If you plan on restoring multiple headlights, I recommend finding some 1500 grit sandpaper, which makes the job a little easier. It is a big jump going from 800 grit to 3000 grit.

    As long as the headlights on not damaged on the inside of the lens, this process will sand off the oxidation and the scratches and produce lenses that look 90% new. However, the sanding process removes the UV protection. This means that the headlights will become foggy again much quicker without this protection. We have discovered a simple process that will extend the time before the headlights become foggy. Once you have finished sanding and cleaning the lenses and have them looking great, follow these steps.

    Fold a Blue Shop Towel into a small square. Dip it in Mineral Spirits and squeeze out excess. Wipe a thin coat of Mineral Spirits on headlights with horizontal strokes.

    Now dip another Blue Shop Towel in ½ Hellsman Indoor/Outdoor Clear Gloss Spar Urethane and ½ Mineral Spirits. Squeeze out excess. Using horizontal strokes, work overlapping coats of sealer onto lens. Don’t drive for 30 minutes. This provides some great UV protection.

    Here are all of the steps we have used with great success in restoring headlights:

    STEPS FOR HEADLIGHT RESTORATION

    1. Prop up hood

    2. Put on mask and eye protection

    3. Tape around headlights with two or three layers of paint tape

    4. Clean headlights with Windex

    5. Sand headlights with 500 grit sandpaper (brown) on drill. Don’t stay in one spot for too long

    6. Wipe off residue

    7. Check to make sure tape is still good

    8. Sand headlights with 800 grit sandpaper (white) on drill

    9. Wipe off residue

    10. Spray headlights with water

    11. Wet sand with 1500 grit sandpaper on drill (this is the one you need to buy separately because it does not come with the kit)

    12. Wet sand headlights with 3000 grit sandpaper (gray) on drill

    13. Wipe off residue

    14. Put dime size amount of Meguire’s Compound on polishing pad on drill. Smooth compound around the headlight before turning on the drill. Polish the headlights to help remove remaining scratches.

    15. Wipe headlights with cloth and Windex

    16. Keep tape on, but clean around headlights to remove any splatters

    17. Put on latex gloves

    18. Dip Blue towel in Mineral Spirits and squeeze out excess. Put thin coat of Mineral Spirits on headlights.

    19. Dip Blue towel in ½ Urethyne and ½ Mineral Spirits. Squeeze out excess. Using horizontal strokes, work overlapping coats of sealer onto lens. Minimize dust. No driving for 30 minutes.

    20. Remove tape

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great! Easy to use., April 21, 2014
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    This review is from: 3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit (Automotive)
    I’m very, very happy with the results I’ve gotten using this product. I was having trouble seeing when driving at night as my lights were very foggy, but now they work great and look like they’re new! It took about 45 minutes to do each headlight and after I was done I applied some BlueMagic Headlight Lens Sealer to provide additional UV protection since the 3M product essentially sands the existing protection away. I couldn’t be happier with the results and have actually gotten requests to clear up other people’s headlights.

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well, September 14, 2013
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    DAO

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    This review is from: 3M 39084 Headlight Restoration Kit (Automotive)
    My 1997 Subaru headlights were pretty badly frosted with a yellow coating on the front of the lens.
    I had already tired another product (by CCP) which allowed the simple use of a grinding pad driven by an electric drill, but it didn’t work for me.
    This kit has a series of 4 grades of sandpaper followed by a polishing compound.
    The initial sandpaper cleans off the lens, leaving it frosted.
    Subsequent finer papers gradually restore the glossy surface.
    It takes some work (1.5 hrs in my case) but it really works and the final product could not be better.

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