Rain X Headlight Restoration Kit £7.50 was £15 @ Asda Instore
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Rain X Headlight Restoration Kit £7.50 was £15 @ Asda Instore

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LocalFound 10th Sep 2017Edited by:"zamribinrazali"
Found this in my local Asda store. Rain X Headlight Restoration Kit £7.50 down from £15. Unsure if nationwide.
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Just watched this been demonstrated on YouTube seems to do a good job might have to invest in some of this for my headlights.
Thanks heat.
a very very expensive toothpaste......
Yep toothpaste does the same job. Save yourself the money 💰
For people saying toothpaste does the same job I hope not. The thing with the toothpaste method is that in a few weeks they will look the same if not worse. You'd hope this stuff provides a more permanent solution.
acj77448 m ago

For people saying toothpaste does the same job I hope not. The thing with …For people saying toothpaste does the same job I hope not. The thing with the toothpaste method is that in a few weeks they will look the same if not worse. You'd hope this stuff provides a more permanent solution.


not in my experience. its lasted as long as doing it any other way. at the end of the day, its just abrasion.
Have tried the toothpaste method over a period of time on a headlight however it made no difference
Solvol Autosol metal polish does the job. Just abrasive enough to remove the "fog".
Calvin_1 h, 45 m ago

Yep toothpaste does the same job. Save yourself the money 💰



Fully agree
dm5751 h, 21 m ago

Solvol Autosol metal polish does the job. Just abrasive enough to remove …Solvol Autosol metal polish does the job. Just abrasive enough to remove the "fog".

Second that
psmith19583 h, 27 m ago

Fully agree


So what do you do squeeze toothpaste and run with a cloth and wash off ?
Zameen6 m ago

So what do you do squeeze toothpaste and run with a cloth and wash off ?

Pretty much I find cheaper toothpaste is better
Tooth paste and elbow grease with a cleaning cloth and water does the job easier than very fine wet and dry paper.

If you want a pucker job with a more permenant solution, then mask it off and spray the cleaned lens with clear coat.
Proveright38 m ago

Tooth paste and elbow grease with a cleaning cloth and water does the job …Tooth paste and elbow grease with a cleaning cloth and water does the job easier than very fine wet and dry paper. If you want a pucker job with a more permenant solution, then mask it off and spray the cleaned lens with clear coat.


This. When you've cleaned it up use a UV resistant clear coat spray to prevent the lens yellowing again
adsm12 h, 35 m ago

Have tried the toothpaste method over a period of time on a headlight …Have tried the toothpaste method over a period of time on a headlight however it made no difference



Toothpaste didn't make much of an impact on an old clunker I was returning to the road. Eventually resorted to varying coarseness abrasive paper + water finishing with 2000grit. Results didn't give an "as new" finish but were astounding compared to the pre-clean mess, certainly no issues with MoT.
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