Monday, September 26, 2016
Hazy Headlights? Quick Fix
Last week, my husband and I picked up a "new to us" car for our sons at college.
Prior to this picture, "Great Deal, 30 day warranty" was written on the windows in white car-dealer paint. We weren't overly excited about driving down the road with the sale details written across the windows, so we were going to wipe it off with the numerous napkins we had left over from McDonald's.
The car dealer came out with a quicker, much simpler solution-- one that honestly, had I not seen it with my own eyes, I'd have not believed it.
He sprayed the paint with Cutter Bug spray (not sure if it has to be Cutter or if any bug spray will do) and wiped it off. Cleaned it off in a jif-- without leaving any residue!
Then he showed us how the same bug spray clears away foggy headlight film. There was an older model car on the lot with hazy headlights. He sprayed on some Cutter, then wiped it off. Clean and shiny!
I do love new, easy tricks!
*I do not know what the long term effects would be to finishes and paint, so I would use caution or tape off the painted area. I mean, it is bug spray...