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Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit

Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit

Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
Meguiar's G2980 Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit
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Features

  • PROFESSIONAL RESULTS: Cleans oxidized, yellowed and hazy headlights
  • REVOLUTIONARY COATING: Protects against yellowing and re-oxidation of headlights for up to 12 months
  • HEADLIGHT RESTORER: drill powered polishing combines with sanding for outstanding results
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR HEADLIGHTS: Enhances visibility & safety for night driving
  • MAKES HEADLIGHTS LOOK NEW: professional, clear finish to heavily oxidized or cloudy headlights

Description

Meguiar's Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit is the easy way to obtain professional results restoring clarity to uncoated clear plastics with a standard corded drill. This inclusive kit comes with everything needed to safely and effectively remove heavy oxidation, cloudiness, and yellowing while delivering crystal clear results. Eliminate defects with included sanding discs and then polish up clarity with PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish and Easy-Buff Wool Pad attachment using a standard corded drill. Follow with Headlight Coating to preserve brilliant clarity and protect from re-oxidation for up to a year.


Brand MEGUIAR'S


Model -


Item Weight 12 ounces


Product Dimensions 10.6 x 4.6 x 2.6 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number G2980


Manufacturer Part Number G2980


OEM Part Number G2980


Folding No


Cover Included Auto part, Automotive Accessories, Replacement and Performance parts


ASIN B01M2D763D


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,299 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #271 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #3 in Automotive Headlight Restoration Kits


Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available November 3, 2016


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Features

  • PROFESSIONAL RESULTS: Cleans oxidized, yellowed and hazy headlights
  • REVOLUTIONARY COATING: Protects against yellowing and re-oxidation of headlights for up to 12 months
  • HEADLIGHT RESTORER: drill powered polishing combines with sanding for outstanding results
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR HEADLIGHTS: Enhances visibility & safety for night driving
  • MAKES HEADLIGHTS LOOK NEW: professional, clear finish to heavily oxidized or cloudy headlights

Description

Meguiar's Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit is the easy way to obtain professional results restoring clarity to uncoated clear plastics with a standard corded drill. This inclusive kit comes with everything needed to safely and effectively remove heavy oxidation, cloudiness, and yellowing while delivering crystal clear results. Eliminate defects with included sanding discs and then polish up clarity with PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish and Easy-Buff Wool Pad attachment using a standard corded drill. Follow with Headlight Coating to preserve brilliant clarity and protect from re-oxidation for up to a year.


Brand MEGUIAR'S


Model -


Item Weight 12 ounces


Product Dimensions 10.6 x 4.6 x 2.6 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number G2980


Manufacturer Part Number G2980


OEM Part Number G2980


Folding No


Cover Included Auto part, Automotive Accessories, Replacement and Performance parts


ASIN B01M2D763D


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,299 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #271 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #3 in Automotive Headlight Restoration Kits


Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available November 3, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • PROFESSIONAL RESULTS: Cleans oxidized, yellowed and hazy headlights
  • REVOLUTIONARY COATING: Protects against yellowing and re-oxidation of headlights for up to 12 months
  • HEADLIGHT RESTORER: drill powered polishing combines with sanding for outstanding results
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR HEADLIGHTS: Enhances visibility & safety for night driving
  • MAKES HEADLIGHTS LOOK NEW: professional, clear finish to heavily oxidized or cloudy headlights

Description

Meguiar's Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit is the easy way to obtain professional results restoring clarity to uncoated clear plastics with a standard corded drill. This inclusive kit comes with everything needed to safely and effectively remove heavy oxidation, cloudiness, and yellowing while delivering crystal clear results. Eliminate defects with included sanding discs and then polish up clarity with PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish and Easy-Buff Wool Pad attachment using a standard corded drill. Follow with Headlight Coating to preserve brilliant clarity and protect from re-oxidation for up to a year.


Brand MEGUIAR'S


Model -


Item Weight 12 ounces


Product Dimensions 10.6 x 4.6 x 2.6 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number G2980


Manufacturer Part Number G2980


OEM Part Number G2980


Folding No


Cover Included Auto part, Automotive Accessories, Replacement and Performance parts


ASIN B01M2D763D


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,299 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #271 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #3 in Automotive Headlight Restoration Kits


Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available November 3, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews Beware. The sanding discs are not very robust. They're spongy, and that's probably for your protection. If you have badly oxidized or weathered headlights like I did, then you might need to get a couple of stages of grittier sand paper to cut through the microscopic pitting in the plastic. I watched Youtube tutorials on this product, and I followed instructions to the letter. I also applied a lot of "elbow grease" with the hand-sanding of the product. I'm okay with the results, but I'm also left with a patina of clouding on the headlights still. What I should have done, and what I will do in the future is buy some sheets of rougher grit sand paper to go over the rough parts. I think I could do a better job the next time around, but of course I have the advantage of hind-site and experience the next time around. If your lamps are only slightly cloudy, then of course, you should be conservative in your application. One tip I have for you is if you are done buffing the headlamp with the rubbing compound, and you wipe that off, you should have clear plastic at that point. If you have cloudy spots, you need to go over them again. This is hard to do if you've already spent a half hour on it. I saw this when I was midway through the process, and I tried a second application of rubbing compound, but it didn't quite cut it. In my case, I accepted the results until I try the process again. Another thing to keep in mind: There are more professional approaches to this process. Professionals use a clear coat paint with a UV protectant that they apply. They then have to use a UV lamp to cure the clear coat. I don't imagine that this product has anywhere near that level of protection.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Make sure you sand the headlamps properly.;;R. Lloyd;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1HJKIK9AMK4VO/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01M2D763D;;;Well, I think the picture speaks for itself. Easy to do. Came out so good. Had to heavily buff the lens. Can't wait to drive at night.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy to do;;KB of COS;;/gp/customer-reviews/RO9NLS1EJK6RX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01M2D763D;;;My 12-yr old daughter and I took on this project a fine afternoon to bring the headlights on our Honda Odyssey back to their former glory. The kit comes with two sanding pads and a hand sanding pad, a polishing wheel designed to attach to your drill, a small bottle of PlastX polishing compound, and a small bottle of protectant fluid. I would say it's enough for about three sets of headlights. The sanding is little bit of work but not too bad. We first taped off the painted areas around each light with some painters tape. A spray bottle of water kept everything wet as I sanded. After the sanding was done, we wiped them dry with a microfiber cloth and then broke out the corded drill. At this point, the headlights look hazy and frosted. After the polishing step, you can really see the magic happening. Lenses are really clear and I am happy. After cleaning up the rest of the compound, the final step is applying the protectant liquid. Be careful with this stuff because it runs easily and feels like glue on your hands within a minute. The liquid hardens into a clear film and completely sets up in 15 minutes and then you can pull off the tape, scrub down the front of the car, and admire your work. Really looks like new again and I'm expecting it to last for about a year before doing it again.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent results with a little work;;Kurt R Watson;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2HN7G0WOE2A9Q/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01M2D763D;;;Well, this was WAY easier to use than I thought it would be. I did two cars in about an hour, and the results are fantastic. Per the instructions, you need a drill, a soft cloth, tape, and window cleaner. The box has none of these items. To summarize the directions: 0. You apply tape to the sides around the lights to protect the paint. (Not really needed if you're careful.) 1. You scrub the headlights with water, first with the 3000 sandpaper on the hard foam handle (it's velcro), and then with the 1000 sandpaper. Easy to put on and take off the hard foam handle thing. Wipe off. Your headlights will have a white cloudy film. 2. Use the drill pad to apply the polish. This gives it the clear look. 3. Apply a sealant by dripping onto the provided soft foam pad and then wiping on. This is so easy, and looks so good, I can't believe that expensive auto washing places don't offer this. Or anyone, for that matter. If you're going to pay someone to wax your car, this will provide way better results, and it's basically the same thing. But once you find out how to do it yourself, you don't need anyone else to do it, because it's so easy. I also had plenty left, so it should last a while. If I have to do this every year, it's worth it.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;writing titles is the hardest part of a review;;TitleWriter;;/gp/customer-reviews/RWXM9S9EHKVYK/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01M2D763D;;;Does it work? Yes. Is it the greatest fix all kit? Absolutely not. I'll try and go over the kit piece by piece. I've used the kit on 2 sets of headlights, and noticed some areas for improvement. The sanding block and 2 sanding pads are adequate, one is 1000 grit, the other is 2000 grit. It would be better if they started with a 500 or 800 grit to save some elbow grease on heavy oxidation and finish with a finer grit sandpaper like 2500 or 3000 to give the headlights a better polish. The drill attachment buffer pad is adequate and so is the bottle of buffing compound. They provide you with plenty of fluid. It works ok to buff out the fine scratches that the 2000 grit sandpaper leaves behind. You can still notice the horizontal scratches from the sandpaper through the final process, which is why I recommend a finer sandpaper. The headlight sealant and applicator pad are not the greatest. They pretty much smear onto the headlight and leave an undesirable finish. I almost wanted to sand it off again and find a different way to seal the headlights it was so bad. At the end of the day, I would have no problem paying to have a better quality kit and more professional result. For those that may say I didn't take my time, that's simply not true. I worked on 1 set of headlights for about 2 hours from start to finish. I've included photos of the result. While it does look a lot better, the night shot shows all the smudging of the sealant;;Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Works, but there has to be better kits out there.;;Denise Ramirez;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1CG76BSQYDKEO/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01M2D763D

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Lloyd - Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018
Make sure you sand the headlamps properly.
Beware. The sanding discs are not very robust. They're spongy, and that's probably for your protection. If you have badly oxidized or weathered headlights like I did, then you might need to get a couple of stages of grittier sand paper to cut through the microscopic pitting in the plastic. I watched Youtube tutorials on this product, and I followed instructions to the letter. I also applied a lot of "elbow grease" with the hand-sanding of the product. I'm okay with the results, but I'm also left with a patina of clouding on the headlights still. What I should have done, and what I will do in the future is buy some sheets of rougher grit sand paper to go over the rough parts. I think I could do a better job the next time around, but of course I have the advantage of hind-site and experience the next time around. If your lamps are only slightly cloudy, then of course, you should be conservative in your application. One tip I have for you is if you are done buffing the headlamp with the rubbing compound, and you wipe that off, you should have clear plastic at that point. If you have cloudy spots, you need to go over them again. This is hard to do if you've already spent a half hour on it. I saw this when I was midway through the process, and I tried a second application of rubbing compound, but it didn't quite cut it. In my case, I accepted the results until I try the process again. Another thing to keep in mind: There are more professional approaches to this process. Professionals use a clear coat paint with a UV protectant that they apply. They then have to use a UV lamp to cure the clear coat. I don't imagine that this product has anywhere near that level of protection.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By KB of COS - Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2017
Easy to do
Well, I think the picture speaks for itself. Easy to do. Came out so good. Had to heavily buff the lens. Can't wait to drive at night.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kurt R Watson - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
Excellent results with a little work
My 12-yr old daughter and I took on this project a fine afternoon to bring the headlights on our Honda Odyssey back to their former glory. The kit comes with two sanding pads and a hand sanding pad, a polishing wheel designed to attach to your drill, a small bottle of PlastX polishing compound, and a small bottle of protectant fluid. I would say it's enough for about three sets of headlights. The sanding is little bit of work but not too bad. We first taped off the painted areas around each light with some painters tape. A spray bottle of water kept everything wet as I sanded. After the sanding was done, we wiped them dry with a microfiber cloth and then broke out the corded drill. At this point, the headlights look hazy and frosted. After the polishing step, you can really see the magic happening. Lenses are really clear and I am happy. After cleaning up the rest of the compound, the final step is applying the protectant liquid. Be careful with this stuff because it runs easily and feels like glue on your hands within a minute. The liquid hardens into a clear film and completely sets up in 15 minutes and then you can pull off the tape, scrub down the front of the car, and admire your work. Really looks like new again and I'm expecting it to last for about a year before doing it again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By TitleWriter - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018
writing titles is the hardest part of a review
Well, this was WAY easier to use than I thought it would be. I did two cars in about an hour, and the results are fantastic. Per the instructions, you need a drill, a soft cloth, tape, and window cleaner. The box has none of these items. To summarize the directions: 0. You apply tape to the sides around the lights to protect the paint. (Not really needed if you're careful.) 1. You scrub the headlights with water, first with the 3000 sandpaper on the hard foam handle (it's velcro), and then with the 1000 sandpaper. Easy to put on and take off the hard foam handle thing. Wipe off. Your headlights will have a white cloudy film. 2. Use the drill pad to apply the polish. This gives it the clear look. 3. Apply a sealant by dripping onto the provided soft foam pad and then wiping on. This is so easy, and looks so good, I can't believe that expensive auto washing places don't offer this. Or anyone, for that matter. If you're going to pay someone to wax your car, this will provide way better results, and it's basically the same thing. But once you find out how to do it yourself, you don't need anyone else to do it, because it's so easy. I also had plenty left, so it should last a while. If I have to do this every year, it's worth it.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Denise Ramirez - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2017
Works, but there has to be better kits out there.
Does it work? Yes. Is it the greatest fix all kit? Absolutely not. I'll try and go over the kit piece by piece. I've used the kit on 2 sets of headlights, and noticed some areas for improvement. The sanding block and 2 sanding pads are adequate, one is 1000 grit, the other is 2000 grit. It would be better if they started with a 500 or 800 grit to save some elbow grease on heavy oxidation and finish with a finer grit sandpaper like 2500 or 3000 to give the headlights a better polish. The drill attachment buffer pad is adequate and so is the bottle of buffing compound. They provide you with plenty of fluid. It works ok to buff out the fine scratches that the 2000 grit sandpaper leaves behind. You can still notice the horizontal scratches from the sandpaper through the final process, which is why I recommend a finer sandpaper. The headlight sealant and applicator pad are not the greatest. They pretty much smear onto the headlight and leave an undesirable finish. I almost wanted to sand it off again and find a different way to seal the headlights it was so bad. At the end of the day, I would have no problem paying to have a better quality kit and more professional result. For those that may say I didn't take my time, that's simply not true. I worked on 1 set of headlights for about 2 hours from start to finish. I've included photos of the result. While it does look a lot better, the night shot shows all the smudging of the sealant

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Lloyd - Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2018
Make sure you sand the headlamps properly.
Beware. The sanding discs are not very robust. They're spongy, and that's probably for your protection. If you have badly oxidized or weathered headlights like I did, then you might need to get a couple of stages of grittier sand paper to cut through the microscopic pitting in the plastic. I watched Youtube tutorials on this product, and I followed instructions to the letter. I also applied a lot of "elbow grease" with the hand-sanding of the product. I'm okay with the results, but I'm also left with a patina of clouding on the headlights still. What I should have done, and what I will do in the future is buy some sheets of rougher grit sand paper to go over the rough parts. I think I could do a better job the next time around, but of course I have the advantage of hind-site and experience the next time around. If your lamps are only slightly cloudy, then of course, you should be conservative in your application. One tip I have for you is if you are done buffing the headlamp with the rubbing compound, and you wipe that off, you should have clear plastic at that point. If you have cloudy spots, you need to go over them again. This is hard to do if you've already spent a half hour on it. I saw this when I was midway through the process, and I tried a second application of rubbing compound, but it didn't quite cut it. In my case, I accepted the results until I try the process again. Another thing to keep in mind: There are more professional approaches to this process. Professionals use a clear coat paint with a UV protectant that they apply. They then have to use a UV lamp to cure the clear coat. I don't imagine that this product has anywhere near that level of protection.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By KB of COS - Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2017
Easy to do
Well, I think the picture speaks for itself. Easy to do. Came out so good. Had to heavily buff the lens. Can't wait to drive at night.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kurt R Watson - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
Excellent results with a little work
My 12-yr old daughter and I took on this project a fine afternoon to bring the headlights on our Honda Odyssey back to their former glory. The kit comes with two sanding pads and a hand sanding pad, a polishing wheel designed to attach to your drill, a small bottle of PlastX polishing compound, and a small bottle of protectant fluid. I would say it's enough for about three sets of headlights. The sanding is little bit of work but not too bad. We first taped off the painted areas around each light with some painters tape. A spray bottle of water kept everything wet as I sanded. After the sanding was done, we wiped them dry with a microfiber cloth and then broke out the corded drill. At this point, the headlights look hazy and frosted. After the polishing step, you can really see the magic happening. Lenses are really clear and I am happy. After cleaning up the rest of the compound, the final step is applying the protectant liquid. Be careful with this stuff because it runs easily and feels like glue on your hands within a minute. The liquid hardens into a clear film and completely sets up in 15 minutes and then you can pull off the tape, scrub down the front of the car, and admire your work. Really looks like new again and I'm expecting it to last for about a year before doing it again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By TitleWriter - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018
writing titles is the hardest part of a review
Well, this was WAY easier to use than I thought it would be. I did two cars in about an hour, and the results are fantastic. Per the instructions, you need a drill, a soft cloth, tape, and window cleaner. The box has none of these items. To summarize the directions: 0. You apply tape to the sides around the lights to protect the paint. (Not really needed if you're careful.) 1. You scrub the headlights with water, first with the 3000 sandpaper on the hard foam handle (it's velcro), and then with the 1000 sandpaper. Easy to put on and take off the hard foam handle thing. Wipe off. Your headlights will have a white cloudy film. 2. Use the drill pad to apply the polish. This gives it the clear look. 3. Apply a sealant by dripping onto the provided soft foam pad and then wiping on. This is so easy, and looks so good, I can't believe that expensive auto washing places don't offer this. Or anyone, for that matter. If you're going to pay someone to wax your car, this will provide way better results, and it's basically the same thing. But once you find out how to do it yourself, you don't need anyone else to do it, because it's so easy. I also had plenty left, so it should last a while. If I have to do this every year, it's worth it.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Denise Ramirez - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2017
Works, but there has to be better kits out there.
Does it work? Yes. Is it the greatest fix all kit? Absolutely not. I'll try and go over the kit piece by piece. I've used the kit on 2 sets of headlights, and noticed some areas for improvement. The sanding block and 2 sanding pads are adequate, one is 1000 grit, the other is 2000 grit. It would be better if they started with a 500 or 800 grit to save some elbow grease on heavy oxidation and finish with a finer grit sandpaper like 2500 or 3000 to give the headlights a better polish. The drill attachment buffer pad is adequate and so is the bottle of buffing compound. They provide you with plenty of fluid. It works ok to buff out the fine scratches that the 2000 grit sandpaper leaves behind. You can still notice the horizontal scratches from the sandpaper through the final process, which is why I recommend a finer sandpaper. The headlight sealant and applicator pad are not the greatest. They pretty much smear onto the headlight and leave an undesirable finish. I almost wanted to sand it off again and find a different way to seal the headlights it was so bad. At the end of the day, I would have no problem paying to have a better quality kit and more professional result. For those that may say I didn't take my time, that's simply not true. I worked on 1 set of headlights for about 2 hours from start to finish. I've included photos of the result. While it does look a lot better, the night shot shows all the smudging of the sealant