Then, I read somewhere about using a paste of baking soda and water to clean the plastic. The right headlight was a tad cloudier than the left but you can still see a huge difference. It's a lot clearer than it looks; the sun was shining at an angle and made for a difficult photo.
The recipe: a cup of baking soda (I buy 3 pounds at Sam's Club for less than $3) mixed with enough water to make a paste.
Using a soft cloth, rub the paste onto the headlight and scrub softly until the cloudiness is gone. Rinse with warm water, making sure the paste doesn't remain on the headlight or car body - you don't want to stain either. The left headlight shows the major difference and is almost as clear as the day we bought the car. Don't you think that's an incredible difference? Are you going to try this solution? If so, let me know how it works for you.
Wow! A few pennies vs $400...I have to say I like it. I like it a lot!
Blessings ~ inexpensive solutions ~ clear headlights ~ another great use for baking soda ~