Used: BlueMagic Headlight Restorer.
No Sandpaper needed.
I only used a rough wash cloth.
I only had to put a dime size of BlueMagic on the cloth and rubbed it on the headlight lens for a couple of minutes. I then Washed it off. I applied it one more time only using about a dime size and washed it off again. Now looks like a new headlight.
The pictures dont give the product justice!
I guess those are nice headlights but some of us were looking for something different.
Just kidding!!!! Or maybe not!!!
Do I really want these guys looking at your headlights? Even those? Mmmm, nope like these guys, just not that much!!!!
Looks nice.... But to be fair those wasn't bad enough to need sand paper either!!! I used the same stuff on my bonneville and wow.. it made it 200x's worst and showed all of the areas that needed to be sanded. But after a light 2000/3000 grit sanding and more blue stuff it looked great...
I saw the videos on Youtube and thought it was a hoax for sure. But then I bought some of the Crest whitening toothpaste, and used is on each headlight and after rinsing off the lights, I was amazed they were clear. I understand this is only temporary and will need to be done again, but I am still shocked it worked.