Mothers makes a plastic polish that can be used on headlights. Plexus should work too. I had mine covered with clear bra material when I had the front done. I am hoping that it will hold up well.
Early to mid eighties Mercedes DieselsII kings 9:20 said:I have NEVER seen a European car with frosted headlights, hmmm
II kings 9:20 said:I sure hope these things don't frost over like so many DC and Ford products, they look ghastly . We can put a man on the freakin moon and can't produce plastic that stays clear. I have NEVER seen a European car with frosted headlights, hmmm
Any updates from anyone that has had this issue. Mine are starting to look the same, I parked next to a new C on the lot when I had the car in last week, and could definitely tell the difference in clarity. Also, during the last rain we had here my housings built up a little condensation inside them, but it went away rather quickly. I had the dealer check them and, of course they couldn't duplicate the problem, and said that they look fine to them..... has anyone had any success getting them replaced, or finding a product that cleaned them well??myrtle300c said:Anyone have any advice on cleaning or protecting the headlight covers????I have 14k miles and they are starting to look cloudy and pitted, making my nice HID headlights look like the moon behind some clouds.. Can't tell if maybe it is some sort of film on the inside or the plastic is actually becoming opaque.