[AMAZON] Save 32% on the 3M Headlight Lens Restoration Kit Now Just $10.50

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[AMAZON] Save 32% on the 3M Headlight Lens Restoration Kit Now Just $10.50


The 3M Headlight Lens Restoration Kit is a collection of professional-grade products assembled specifically for removing the cloudy, yellowed haze that builds up on automotive headlight lenses. Kits use a system of light abrasives to keep vehicles looking great and save money vs. replacing expensive lenses. They include complete directions, 3M Trizact sanding discs, pads, tape and polishes.

  • Kits contain masking tape, light sanding discs, wax protectant and more
  • For use on plastic lenses – headlights, taillights, fog lights, directional lights and more
  • Abrasive technology removes yellowing and buildup without damaging the lens surface
  • Easy to use – for use with a common household drill
  • Simple 4-step process lets you restore lenses in under an hour
  • Save hundreds vs. replacing headlight lenses

View 3M Headlight Lens Restoration Kit at Amazon.com.

Also recommended is Meguiar’s G17804 Keep Clear Headlight Coating to help maintain the clarity of your headlights once you’ve polished them. You can find it on sale for $8.44.

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*Promotional discounts can end at any time.

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. How is this “Headlight Lens Restoration Kit” deal supposed to work? I clicked on the link and on the Amazon page they send you to “sold by these sellers” and there certainly isn’t a $15.88 kit selling for $10.50 even after I put it in my cart.

  2. Although we avoid the Lightning Deals that only last a few hours, many of the coupon codes and deals still expire within a day or two of our posting, so if you are not seeing the promo price as we have listed, then the deal has most likely expired.

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