If you’re going to show up late... make it a phenomenal entrance with Night Sight™! Night Sight™ is our headlight lens restorer system, that effortlessly and easily restores faded headlight lenses, light bars, ERV light globes, etc., to like new condition, in 3 easy steps. No sanding, no taping, no 2, 3 or 4 step dance moves, and no standing on your head waiting around for something to happen. If Danny Kaye were around today, this would be his Headlight Lens Restorer Product of choice!
- Yield: Up to 20 cars headlights.
- Water based
- UV inhibited
- see further at night, and be seen better too
- Recommended for New Vehicles to prevent Fading later on
- Easy Pre clean, base coat and sealant coat
- Dries Quickly and Evenly
- Doesn’t Yellow Out
- Inspection Passes
- Way Cheaper Than Lens Assembly Replacement or dealer services
- Done in 10-20 minutes
- All of our products are non-corrosive, non-flammable, non-poisonous, with no harmful odors and Prop 65 compliant, as we want the best for our customers
- Also available in a Kit
Pre-clean each lens to be restored with PreCleaner, then Wipe Dry each lens with
a clean MF cloth, folded into 1⁄4’s. Repeat cleansing step if needed. Turn cloth between lenses so as not to transfer soils and grit. Next, pull out two each Restorer wipe packs. Once each lens is dry from the cleaning, wiping dry apply Restorer to each lens, evenly covering each lens in the same stroke format- either horizontal or vertical, no swirls, etc.. Let dry until dry to touch. Now pull out two each Polish Wipes packs. Apply Polish wipes same as Restorer Wipes. Let dry 20 minutes. With a clean microfiber cloth(white, lightly polish lens, turning frequently for best results. To maintain clarity and cleanliness, clean restored and polished lens regularly. Will not work on delaminating/delaminated lenses or lens with water vapor or moisture droplets on the inside.
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Call doctor if irritation persists. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention. IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting. Call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician if you feel unwell. IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. Call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician if you feel unwell.
* per Detailer's Dream Products' Manufacturer when prepped, used & maintained per DDP mfg. directions & instructions.
I wanted to report to you guys on this. I used What The! and it worked great on my bumper. Thinking if What the! is that good what else do they have , is probably good too. I was right: My headlights were cloudy and my local garage wanted $99.00 per headlight lens. This kit which can do like 20 cars was $49.95 + freight. Pre cleaned per instructions with cleaner and wiper that came in canister. Let it dry. then 1 applied 1 coat. Let it dry. Then applied the 2nd. Let that dry Total time 30 minutes start to finish. Wanted it done because I was leaving on a trip. What a difference, at night and during rain . I can see the lane markings clearly now when I couldn’t see them clear before. Much better now ,especially at dusk leading into night time, especially along Route 100 near 23 where there is limited street lighting.
We use NightSight in the shop on faded headlight lens covers quickly and without odors, so that vehicles pass inspections without forcing us to sand down lenses in that process for 2-3 hours or the 2 days waiting for other types of products to set up. Night Sight works in nothing flat. When my partner first showed me how well NightSight worked in 2017, I did not believe that the results would be consistently good and better than expected and last longer, years longer. We use NightSight on inspections of vans, cars, tractor cabs, and they come back year in and year out looking as good as if we did them yesterday, AND passing inspections. If faded headlight lenses are an issue with your motor vehicle, I strongly recommend using NightSight. It works, just like The Bear says it does.