WHEN IT COMES TO CLEANING OUR HEADLIGHTS…

the true condition of the headlight ?

the best cleaning method ?

the quickest way to clean them ?

We, at Deoxinator, looked into all the causes of yellowing cloudy headlights plus, the many different methods of cleaning headlights. Our findings were, let’s just say, unsettling. Throughout this site, we’ll share that information discovered plus, we’ll examine the many different headlight cleaning methods including their drawbacks. Through our discoveries, we have produced a product that not only cleans yellowing cloudy headlights but, more importantly, without any drawbacks whatsoever. Furthermore, it cleans fast, extremely fast taking headlight cleaning to whole new level.

new or old headlights

oxidation will always attack

There’s an old saying, “give your enemies an inch and they’ll take a mile” and that’s exactly what’s happening here. Firstly, weather is the main cause of headlight oxidation, conditions such as- read more...

acid rain, snow and the suns UV rays all play a huge part changing the appearance of our headlights. Oxidation is not a form decay or either, a plastic rust, it’s a film that builds on the “outside” of the lens. It bonds to the plastic and forms a hardened shell. This shell is extremely tough and is resistant to removal, oxidation can create all kinds of problems from looks to safety, it’s estimated that at least 90% of all yellow cloudy headlights suffer with oxidation rather than surface damage which we’ll explain in the polish & sanding” section below. So now we know our enemy, let’s quickly defeat it.

did you know that all headlights

come with a UV protector?

As we all know, the front of our vehicle receives the most abuse, especially our headlights. Realising this, manufactures strengthened the headlights with a special UV (ultraviolet) coating sprayed on and heat cured at the factory- read more...

This essential component called a UV headlight lens protector is used to guard against ultraviolet sun rays, and environmental factors such as, road debris and harsh weather conditions, moreover the UV lens protector slows down the build-up of headlight oxidation. Now try to imagine if they never came with a UV protector, how quickly would they go yellow or cloudy with no blocking agent? This is why it’s critical to keep the UV lens protector intact. When you think about it, the last thing we should be doing is manually removing it. to discover more on this subject, visit our information page.

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

"Amazing cleaner, works super fast... well pleased with the results"

Hightech Detail LTD, Birmingham

"very pleased with the results plus the speed, the savings in time is shocking"

Major Car Sales, Aston, Birmingham

understanding before

polish and sanding

As we explained in the “Oxidation section” oxidation will always find a way to attack our headlights and unfortunately it never stops, this is why the factory UV lens protector is so important, think about it what would happen if we removed it? - read more...

How quickly then would oxidation set in. Statistics show 90% of all cloudy headlights suffer from oxidation rather than “surface damage” such as pitting, peeling, or cracking. this means 9 out of 10 cloudy headlights need deoxidizing rather than repairing or restoring, unfortunately oxidation often gets mistaken for surface damage, which can lead to the use of abrasives such as polishes, pastes, and sandpaper, the key here is to have a true understanding of our headlights condition before we perform a repair. To help you with this we have created a page called “what’s the true condition of my headlights” this important page shows pictures of different type of problems that headlights encounter, these pictures will help you identify the problem so you can choose the correct method in which to fix them.

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

"Amazing cleaner, works super fast... well pleased with the results"

Hightech Detail LTD, Birmingham

"very pleased with the results plus the speed, the savings in time is shocking"

Major Car Sales, Aston, Birmingham

IMPROVING VISIBILITY

EQUALS LESS STRESS

Having the ability to see while driving at night is down to one thing, our headlights. Because headlights are a huge factor when it comes to safety, keeping them clear is a major priority - read more...

So how do we keep them clear? Overtime, oxidation builds on the “outside” of our headlight lenses, this gives us less visibility overtime, so the key is to prevent oxidation from building. In the past, we were only offered lengthy abrasive cleaning methods, for example, polish, pastes, waxes and sandpaper. Today, thankfully, there is an alternative, it’s called a liquid deoxidiser. Deoxidisers that are specifically designed to remove headlight oxidation will clear the headlight lens giving us the benefit of better visibility while driving at night. Furthermore, it’s completely safe to use on all factory UV lens protectors. Our aim here is making people aware of the dangers of cloudy oxidised headlights but, to also help millions of people quickly combat this worldwide problem with the right solutions.

WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

"Amazing cleaner, works super fast... well pleased with the results"

Hightech Detail LTD, Birmingham

"very pleased with the results plus the speed, the savings in time is shocking"

Major Car Sales, Aston, Birmingham

IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING

NEW and OLD HEADLIGHTS

As we explained in the “Oxidation section” oxidation will always find a way to attack our headlights and unfortunately it never stops, this is why the factory UV lens protector is so important, think about it what would happen if we removed it? - read more...

How quickly then would oxidation set in. Statistics show 90% of all cloudy headlights suffer from oxidation rather than “surface damage” such as pitting, peeling, or cracking. this means 9 out of 10 cloudy headlights need deoxidizing rather than repairing or restoring, unfortunately oxidation often gets mistaken for surface damage, which can lead to the use of abrasives such as polishes, pastes, and sandpaper, the key here is to have a true understanding of our headlights condition before we perform a repair. To help you with this we have created a page called “what’s the true condition of my headlights” this important page shows pictures of different type of problems that headlights encounter, these pictures will help you identify the problem so you can choose the correct method in which to fix them.