Amazing Headlight Restoration in Atlanta

A hassle free solution to your headlight restoration

Bring your headlights back to live with our headlight restoration service.

A car’s headlights are one of the most exposed area of the cars body and this leads to oxidation, sun fading and much more. If your headlight are not properly protected from the elements, the top layer of clear coat will begin to fail and your headlight will start to appear hazy or even yellow. 

This can be removed through a process call “headlight restoration”. We use a series of steps to first remove the top layer of dead clear coat. Then the headlight is polished to give it an ultra clear finish. 

Find out why Hinton Auto Detailing offers the best headlight restoration in Atlanta. 

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Headlight Restoration before and after

Here is what comes with our headlight restoration

First the headlight is decontaminated from the elements. This includes a strip wash, clay bar and iron decon.

An isopropyl wipe down is used to remove any oils that are left behind. 

The defects and haze is now removed with an aggressive wet sanding routine.

The wet sanding will remove the top layer of “dead skin” but will now leave behind a cloudy look. A polish is applied and worked in, to create a super clear lens. 

A thick layer of protection is applied to the headlight to lock the perfectly clear lens in place.

No matter how hazy or faded your headlights are, we are fully equipped to handle the job. Some headlight restoration jobs can clean up well while others may require more aggression to achieve the desired results. 

If you are looking for headlight restoration in Atlanta click the link below to get in touch. We’d love to help. 

Headlight Restoration FAQs

Q: What is headlight restoration? A: Headlight restoration is the process of restoring the clarity and brightness of a car’s headlights. This can be done by using a variety of methods such as sanding, polishing, and applying a clear coat.

Q: Why do headlights become cloudy or yellowed? A: Headlights can become cloudy or yellowed due to a build-up of oxidation on the plastic lens. This can happen as a result of exposure to UV rays, road debris, and other environmental factors.

Q: What are the benefits of headlight restoration? A: The benefits of headlight restoration include improved visibility while driving at night, increased safety on the road, and an overall improvement in the appearance of a vehicle.

Q: Can I do headlight restoration myself? A: Yes, headlight restoration can be done as a DIY project. There are a variety of headlight restoration kits available on the market that include all the necessary tools and instructions.

Q: How long does headlight restoration last? A: The longevity of headlight restoration can vary depending on the method used and the environment in which the vehicle is driven. On average, a restored headlight can last for several months to a year before needing to be restored again.

Q: What are the best products for headlight restoration? A: The best products for headlight restoration will depend on the individual’s preference, but many people recommend using a combination of sandpaper, polishing compound, and a clear coat sealant. It’s also recommended to use a product specifically designed for plastic headlights.

Q: Is it better to restore or replace headlights? A: Restoring headlights is typically a more cost-effective option compared to replacing them. However, if the headlights are severely damaged or beyond repair, it may be necessary to replace them.

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