Restore Your Hazy Headlights

Over time, your headlights may become hazy and yellow in color due to harsh UV rays and road debris penetrating the factory UV coating, reducing the brightness. Restored headlights can add up to 3.4 times more light on the road and up to 140% visibility further down the road.

Benefits of Restoring Your Headlights

  • restores clarity
  • increases visibility and safety
  • improves appearance and increases value

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*Actual results will depend on the severity of UV degradation. Greater existing UV damage will allow for greater performance improvements.

Before Restoration

  • factory UV protection wears off over time
  • headlights become dull, hazy and yellow
  • light output is scattered and greatly decreased

After Restoration

  • provides long lasting UV protection
  • haze and corrosion are fully removed from the lenses
  • light output and beam pattern restored

HID Installation for Brighter Headlights

H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) Conversion Kits have become one of the best personal investments in car accessories. HID Conversion Kits provide more than 300 percent the amount of light of a Halogen bulb. The clear white light produced by HID Conversion Kits is similar to daylight, reflecting road markings and signs better than conventional lighting. The Xenon Bulb is a micro-discharge bulb filled with a mixture of noble gases including Xenon, and its life time of the bulb is equal to that of the car. The bulb has no filaments and the light arc is created by two electrodes, giving it a wider range of illumination. These Systems are modified for specific vehicle applications and fit directly into your existing headlights. A lot of luxury automobile manufacturers are offering HID Headlights standard on most of their vehicles. Only we make it possible!

Color Temperature

The color temperature 3000k is golden yellow, most suitable for fog lights. The higher the temperature the more blue is in the color of the bulb. Maximum light output is around the 4000k-4500k (OEM kits are around 4100k-4300k) temperature, so if you are going for maximum brightness we recommend the 5000k kit. The higher the kelvin temperature (k) the deeper the blue color of the light will be.