Should You Use Wax During Headlight Restoration?

After you wash your car, you apply one or two layers of wax to the finish to resist dust buildup, resist water, and to make the next wash easier. You know this because you have experienced it. What you did not realize is that the wax serves as the final cleaner of the bits of dirt and grime from the pores of your paint job and seals those pores to reduce further damage. The same concepts apply to your headlights when you restore them.

As the finishing touch to your headlight restoration, you should wax the lights. The wax fills in any microscopic fissures created by the restoration process and assures you of a clean light to see by while driving through Amherst for the foreseeable future.

At Northtown Honda, we provide the finest of waxes for headlight restoration. We have them to sell separately or include them in a headlight restoration kit.

 

 

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