If you're beginning to notice some oxidation fogging up the headlights of your car, don't fear. Getting crystal clear headlights only takes a few steps. Start by surrounding the borders of the headlights with masking tape so you don't ruin your car's paint. Next, use wet sandpaper to turn the fog into a lighter haze.
Now, use a power drill with a buffing pad to clear the headlight up. Fit it with a protectant film and use a hair dryer to make sure it sticks.

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