Pro Rod Head Light restoration               

Headlight Restoration Services:

• Cleans Discolored, Foggy Headlights
• Restores Headlight Clarity
• Protective Coating Finish to guard against UV Damage
• Better Headlight Function

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What Causes Headlights To Turn Yellow And Foggy

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Time and the environment take their toll

The headlights are external fixtures and that makes them susceptible to any environmental assault. The outside factors are more serious on cars today because the headlights are no longer made of glass. Instead, these fixtures are made of hard plastic that is covered with a clear coat to protect the porous
surface. It can be road salt or pollution, but sooner or later the clear coat on the headings is going to start fading away. The summer time in particular can be rough because of the sunlight. Even if there isUV protection it is good for only so long. That clear coat also can be affected by the type of cleaning agents used. All of this results in the plastic eventually becoming oxidized and a foggy appearance is the consequence This adds up to a situation where headlights can get worse for wear and need to have some work done on them.


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Why the concern?

You may think that this is not anything more than a cosmetic problem, and you would be more than wrong. People don’t seem to notice during the summer time because daylight hours are long, and the folks who live in dry climates may not immediately see a problem. When headlights become foggy and oxidized it affects the light output. The beam that should come from the headlight is weakened and will not cover as much ground in front of the automobile. That gradually becomes an even more serious problem as the days grow shorter in wintertime. It also is true that in stormy or wintry weather, when vision is naturally reduced, the smaller lighted area is an invitation for accidents. The headlights need to be worked on before winter starts taking its toll.