3M Lens Renewal Kit-39014

Our Price:$29.50
Availability:Usually ships the same business day

Item Description:

Simple, do-it-yourself lens repair!

Fix cloudy or yellowed plastic lens with ease.

Sand, correct, and polish with this user-friendly kit.

Saves $100s by restoring your own headlights and lenses.

The 3M Lens Renewal Kit is an easy, 3-step lens polishing kit that removes yellowing and haze and restores clarity to plastic headlights and taillights. The kit includes 3M premium masking tape for easy DIY repair. The 3M Lens Renewal Kit utilizes the power of your electric drill to restore most headlights in as little as an hour!

Plastic lenses can yellow with age, reducing headlight brightness. Dull headlights fail to illuminate as far as they should, meaning you're only seeing part of the picture. To improve your safety while driving, use the 3M Lens Renewal Kit to restore yellow, hazy headlights.

Use the 3M Lens Renewal Kit on plastic headlights, taillights, trailers, snowmobiles, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle lights and more. This kit is easy enough for just about anyone to use. By restoring your headlights yourself, you save hundreds of dollars on professional restoration or replacement, and - most importantly - you improve nighttime driving visibility.

The 3M Lens Renewal Kit utilizes 3M abrasive technology to sand, refine, and polish plastic lenses. Just three steps! This process completely restores the appearance and function of plastic headlights. The kit includes 3M's 25' Masking Tape PN 0000. This tape protects the paint surrounding the headlights or taillights and it peels off easily. You'll get professional results at home, saving you time and money!

Your headlights should illuminate the road approximately 200 ft. in front of your vehicle. If they don't, you need the 3M Lens Renewal Kit! Don't let another night go by with cloudy, ineffective headlights. Your safety depends on it.


Step One.
Wipe off the headlight to remove any loose dirt. Tape off the surrounding paint with the included 3M Masking Tape PN 0000.

Step Two.
Put the backing plate onto the drill. Press the yellow P500 grit disc against the backing plate. Use light to medium pressure and work back and forth to remove scratches and yellowing. When the disc is no longer effective, turn off the drill and attach a new P500 grit disc and continue working until defects are removed.

Step Three.
Next, attach the P800 grit white abrasive disc to remove scratches from previous step. Again, work with light to medium pressure After this step, the headlight should look frosted.

Step Four.
Apply P3000 Trizact™ Foam Disc. Mist the disc with a water bottle. Use light to medium pressure to sand the lens cover. You'll see a white slurry as you polish. Continue with 4-6 passes after the white slurry appears. Wipe the headlight lens with a Cobra Microfiber Detailing Cloth and inspect your work. Any remaining scratches should be very fine at this point. If not, repeat this step.

Step Five.
Attach the orange foam compounding pad. Dispense a dime size amount of 3M headlight lens polish onto the pad and spread over the lens with the machine turned off to avoid splatter. Polish the lens until the lens is clear and smooth. Wipe the lens clean with a Cobra Microfiber Detailing Cloth (sold separately).

Finishing Touches.
To protect your lenses from future oxidation, use Wolfgang Plastik Surface Sealant (sold separately). The clear coating will guard against UV rays, moisture, and dirt.

Kit includes:

3M drill backing plate
3M Masking Tape PN 0000 25 ft.
4 P800 grit white abrasive discs
6 P500 grit yellow discs
P3000 Trizact™ foam disc
Orange foam compounding pad
1 oz. 3M Headlight Lens Polish Sample

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Product Reviews

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100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
By Michael
Columbus, Ohio
It works!
October 18, 2013
I followed the instructions and spent just a couple of hours on the project, and my headlights look new again! I actually only needed to do my left ones, and the right ones were newer, having been replaced after a little car versus guardrail incident a couple of years ago. As a result of doing only one side, I had left over sanding patches and cream (leftovers, anyone?)

The only caution I would add would be to take care not to allow your drill to wander in your hands while it's still spinning. This is mentioned in the instructions, but still I did put a little but of a scratch in the adjacent bumper area by not paying attention at some point. Overall though it feels good to have the headlight clarity back to the original on my 1999 Acura Integra.
ProsEase of use. All you need is water and your own power drill.
By Jeff
Alexandria, VA
Very easy to use
April 13, 2013
I did a friend's headlights that were very yellow and cloudy. It only took about 30 minutes to do both. All you need is an electric drill.

I had plenty of sanding discs left over. The 3000 grit Trizact foam disc wore out fairly quickly but would probably last long enough to do another car.

For $24.99 I thought it was a deal.

Especially, if you are like me and do not have a small diameter DA polisher.