Why Do Car Headlights Get Yellow and Foggy?
Hazy, Cloudy, Yellowed Headlights
Here’s a problem that has become literally epidemic. Cloudy, discolored headlamp lenses. What causes headlights to fade and yellow?
UV Light Causes Oxidation
The cause is primarily due to ultra-violet (UV) light from the sun. It oxidizes the surface of the headlamp and leaves a yellowed, cloudy appearance. This condition is known for causing reduced night time visibility for drivers as the condition becomes worse. So not only do these cloudy and hazy headlights make your car look dirty and old, they also make your vehicle less safe to drive at night due to diminished candle power lighting your path down the highway.
Bad News - Good News
Cloudy headlights are bad news, but the good news is that we can help! SuperGlass can take your cloudy and hazy headlights and restore them to a like-new condition. This headlight restoration will save you money as it is a far more economical alternative than replacing the lens.
"I Can't Believe I Was Driving In the Dark"
Restoring your headlights will also make your car safer to drive. Most of our customers are happy to find that they can see much better driving at night after we have restored their headlamps. One of our customers called us the next day and said "I can't believe I was driving in the dark before I had my headlights fixed. I can see so much better at night now!" She then made an appointment to have the headlights restored on her teenage daughter's car.
Learn more about our headlight restoration on our website: http://www.superglassrepair.com/headlightrestoration