Of the above materials, an important one is the polishing mass. Use the product that contains aluminum in its composition, as this is indicated for surfaces such as the headlights. Where to start polishing?
Once you have the products to polish your car headlight, you must first choose a suitable place to do the job. Do not do it on very hot days or under direct sunlight.
Look for a shady and airy place, where you can have enough clarity to observe the execution of the work and its result. You will need to be willing for a good amount of repetitive service with your hands.
If you wish, you can use a rubber washer
to protect your hands from the products that will be used, if necessary. Always have plenty of material not to be lacking and water available for the service during the same. Polishing the headlight
To polish a car headlight, it is initially necessary to wash the optics assembly lenses thoroughly. To do this, use running water and soap (preferably neutral), to remove dirt, oil, dust and other substances acquired during the use of the vehicle. There is no need to make an effort there to try to clean the lenses, the work that works is what comes next.
Dry the headlights. After that, to avoid touching parts of the bodywork, which will easily scratch with sandpaper, use masking tape or electrical tape to separate the service area from the rest of the car. Then, start polishing by spraying water on the lens surface, in order to moisten it.
Slightly wet, pass the sandpaper gently and in a circular motion. Don't just pass through areas that are bad, pass across the lighthouse. As you pass, wet regularly at intervals of sandpaper strokes to prevent degradation of the plastic material in the lens.
It is a long work and the effort is not small, so repeat the process several times, always spraying water to reduce the friction of the sandpaper with the headlight material. Use finer sandpaper to finish the process. Wash the headlight thoroughly and then dry thoroughly.