Restoration

What causes the yellowing on my lights? 

Most of today’s cars use halogen reflector, or projection headlights, which have covers typically made of poly-carbonate plastic with a protective coating to prevent scratching and sunlight damage. Exposure to sunlight breaks down this coating, causing yellowing and clouding that noticeably lessens the headlight’s visibility

Restoration

What causes the yellowing on my lights? 

Most of today’s cars use halogen reflector headlights, which have covers typically made of plastic with a protective coating to prevent scratching and sunlight damage. Exposure to sunlight breaks down this coating, causing yellowing and clouding that noticeably lessens the headlight’s visibility

What makes modern restoration superior to detailing?

Both methods, one way or another, remove the damaged, yellowing coating. With traditional detailing, the coating is replaced with heavy wax. Wax is not a durable solution, and it produces glare. A simple car-wash would be enough to wash away the wax, leaving your lens exposed to the elements and significantly shortening the life of your light. When a light is completely restored, a coating similar to what the manufacturer sprays on new lights is applied to seal the light, giving it that flawless, new-look with no glare. A fresh UV protective coating can protect your lights for years to come.

CRYSTAL-CLEAR, LIKE-NEW EXTERIOR LENS GUARANTEE

AAA study finds Only 25 percent of driving takes place in darkness, but 50 percent of crashes occur in that same period 

New research from AAA reveals that clouded or yellowed headlights generate only 20 percent of the amount of light that new headlights do, leading to dangerous nighttime driving conditions.

Ensuring maximum visibility during night is key to reducing risk of accident. Road fatalities triple during the night, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

“Driving at night with headlights that produce as little as 20 percent of the light they did when new, which is already subpar, is a risk drivers shouldn’t take,” says Greg Brannon, AAA’s director of automotive engineering and industry relations, “especially when there are convenient and inexpensive solutions that can dramatically improve lighting performance.”

We have developed a proprietary 7-stage method that includes time-tested techniques and modern restoration. Restoration process start by completely removing the damage coating. Once the coating is removed, a 3-stage prepping process readies the lens to bond in perfect harmony with a fresh layer of a modern, UV-resistant coating, similar to what the manufacturer sprays on new lenses. A special chemical compound slightly heats and dissolves the plastic, making a strong foundation for the coating. Once the coating has bonded and cured, the result is an astonishing, perfect lens for years to come.

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