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I own a 2000 Toyota Tundra in excellent condition. The headlights are beginning to get a film on them. I tried using wax on them to brighten back up. Works for about 2 weeks then back again. Any hints on something low maintenance to bring clarity back to them without replacing? Thanks, Sandy

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Debbie Lee, President at Professional Car Care Sandy, you can have your headlights cleaned and protected at your local dealership. You can buy a plastic type coating to be placed over them or with chemicals. You can also buy yourself at your local auto parts store cleaner and a polish that will last longer than 3 weeks.. Debbie Lee

Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd plastic headlight lenses become yellow and cloudy overtime. In only 2-3 years the light output can be cut by 75 percent, which may make it unsafe to drive at night. What happens is that the sun

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