Headlight Care

Oxidation: Acrylic headlights oxidize when exposed to UV light. Headlight lenses come with a clear top coat to help prevent this,
but eventually, the coating wears off, and sunlight turns the hard plastic yellow. …
The water droplets scatter the beam of light, further impairing nighttime and wet driving visibility.

Maintaining your Headlights:
How to Keep Headlights from Turning Yellow or Foggy.
1. Park your car in the shade:
If possible, park in the garage or under a shady tree.
If you don’t have that option, face your headlights away from the sun when parking outside to reduce UV exposure and slow the oxidizing process.
2. Wash your car:
Every three months, wash the headlights with automotive car wash to clean away dirt and chemicals that promote fogging.
3.Polish the headlights: Use a non-abrasive polishing medium and a microfiber cloth to polish your headlight lenses and remove early signs of yellowing.

DIY Treatment:
To restore your headlights yourself, start by washing the lenses with automotive car wash so you have a clean surface to work with
. Then, try any of these techniques to remove the haze from your headlights.

Methods To Try:
1. Baking soda paste: Mix 5 tablespoons of baking soda with enough water to form a paste.
Apply liberally to both headlights with a sponge and polish with small circular motions. Rinse the headlights to reveal the results.
2.Toothpaste: Apply toothpaste directly to each lens. Scrub with a soft, dry cloth. Rinse the toothpaste away and enjoy the restored appearance of your headlights.
3. Heatlight cleaning kit from Auto supplier( but be warned they not cheap.

Cleaning and Restoring Exterior Rubber & Plastic. (non painted)

 Auto Revive Car Detailing Tip:
Use on Exterior  Rubber & plastic  plus Interior seals.
Use peanut Oil on it  Get it  from the super market.

Small amount  on a  micro fibre cloth or soft cloth.
It’s not abrasive and will clean of wax residue from your moldings nicely.
It will bring back the colour & shine to your coloured plastic & rubber trim.
The peanut oils does a great job.
Will remove polish that got these parts.
Remember this not only a restorer but conditions as plastics & rubber have oil in them.
This will get it back to black.


How To Remove Pet Hair Car Interior


There’s no trick or gimmick with this tried and true method of pet hair removal
The easiest and cheapest way to remove pet hair from your vehicle Carpets and Seats
Vacuum the best you can with the vacuum cleaner  followed by using of  the below products.

All you need is one of the items below a Rubber Bristled Brush and pan or a Upholstery Cleaning Mitt from Bunnings.
finish off with a vacuum again.

This is suitable for multi-purpose applications. Having dual function of rubber bristles and a
the electrostatic properties attract and remove sand, dirt and pet hair from carpet and
• Electrostatic properties attract and remove sand, dirt and pet hair from carpet and
• Rubber bristles and squeegee
• Multi-purpose dustpan and brush set.


Eliminate pet hair and lint from your home and car with this simple and effective cleaning
The mitt effectively lifts and removes pet hair from most fabrics as well as lint from
It is easy to use and very convenient – keep one handy in the glove box for use while out and
• Convenient and easy to use
• Removes pet hair effectively
• Remove lint effectively