Here's How You Can Restore Those Foggy Headlights Using Some Bug Spray
When you first got your car, you took immaculate care of it. You washed it regularly and probably scrubbed and polished every so often too. Then as time went by, you probably started doing those things slightly less and less (no judgement though, we all do it). While going to the car wash every now and then usually puts a nice sheen on most of your car, cleaning the headlights is probably one of the last things most folks think about.
Back in the day, headlights were made of glass but those days are long gone. Today's headlight is made of a strong, durable polycarbonate plastic. This plastic is somewhat porous, so manufacturers cover it with a film coating to keep it clean. Over time, the film deteriorates and the headlight starts to get foggy, which can be a safety hazard. A new set of lights can be pretty expensive but thankfully, YouTuber CrazyRussianHacker is on the case and has found a cheap and effective way to get those lights shining bright again.