Cleaning your headlights is crucial to making sure that you can see while driving. Maybe this sounds simple, but the fact of the matter is that almost everyone neglects their headlight cleaning duties and as a result have heavily foggy or dirty lenses which renders them unable to drive safely at night. Luckily for you, we’re here with some easy tips on how to clean your headlights in no time!
How to Clean Foggy Headlights
If your headlights are foggy or cloudy, here is how you should clean them:
Mix one part water with two parts rubbing alcohol (or use vinegar). Use an old toothbrush to scrub off any dirt from around the edges of the lens. This will help remove some surface grime as well.
Take paper towels or tissues and blot at each side of the headlight until no more liquid comes out onto them. Blotting instead of wiping will help you get the headlight as dry as possible.
Use a clean, lint-free cloth to wipe off any remaining dampness on the lens.
Run your fingers over each side of the headlamp and feel for any rough spots or other imperfections that may have been missed during cleaning. If there are still any areas covered in dirt – repeat! This type of deep scrubbing can take some time but is worth it to keep those pesky bugs out. Again, make sure not to use harsh chemicals like paint thinner when cleaning them because this could damage the plastic lenses inside the headlights and ultimately void their warranty.
How to Clean Jeep Headlights
Clean headlight lenses are important to make sure that you can drive at night. If left dirty, foggy or covered in debris headlights will prevent you from seeing while driving which is dangerous and could be fatal. Luckily for Jeep owners, we have some easy tips on how to clean your Jeep’s headlights!
To start the process of cleaning your jeep’s headlights it is necessary to first remove any dirt with a damp cloth or towel and then use an old toothbrush dipped in soapy water (or simply soap) around the edges of the lens as well as inside where dust might be more prevalent. Be careful not to touch the paintwork if possible! -The next step is vital: rinse off whatever solution you used and use cold water rather than hot so that nothing warps or melts while drying.
The last step is to dry them off with a clean cloth or towel by wiping in one direction, making sure not only to rinse the liquid from your headlight but also wipe away any moisture left inside which will cause more problems over time!
And just like that you have successfully cleaned your Jeep’s headlights safely!
How to Clean Headlights on Your Ford
Ford Headlights are a great way to cut down on the glare that can hinder your vision. Clean headlights prevent bugs and other debris from getting stuck in between the glass, which makes it easier for you to see what’s coming up ahead of you when driving at night.
The first step to clean your Ford headlights is by turning off the lights on your vehicle. Next, you’ll need a paper towel and some water. Use the paper towel or rag to moisten it with plain old tap water. Then use this cloth to start cleaning both of your headlights at once you can do them one after another if that makes it easier for you!
Take care when using a dental pick or other small tool so as not to scratch up the glass surface during this process. This will keep dirt from getting caught in between cracks in the headlight lens allowing light through more clearly and reduce glare on low-beam settings…