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Shine Brighter and See Clearer with our Headlight Restoration Upgrade!

posted 07 October, 2019 by Jackson Balling
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Did you know headlights can get cloudy in as little as three years? A recent AAA study discovered that fact and recommended restoration or replacement for a “big improvement in nighttime driving safety.”
 
Whether your lens are completely clouded over or just heading that way, our Spiffy Technicians are eager to be your go-to resource for headlight restoration. While some mechanics would normally try to get you to opt for an expensive replacement, our headlight restoration process is much less expensive and can immediately improve night visibility by up to 95 percent!
 
Our Spiffy process attacks the cloudy or yellow look, which in turn gives a high-gloss shine and makes them nearly as good as new. Each of our expertly trained technicians starts by using a random orbital buffer with Simoniz compounds and wax on the exterior of the headlights for consistently bright and shiny results. We extend our attention to detail beyond just your headlights by ensuring that the surrounding trim and paint are protected during the restoration process.
 
 
How often you choose to restore the headlights of your car is ultimately up to you, but our technicians recommend choosing this upgrade every six months. This helps prevent a return of that pesky cloudy and yellow look from UV exposure, while also attending to any damage that can come from sun exposure, dirt, and other road debris.
 
Shine brighter and see clearer as the days get shorter. Add headlight restoration to your next Spiffy appointment and get $20 off all October long!
 
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Written by Jackson Balling

As Spiffy's Content Marketing Specialist, Jackson produces our written content as well as the Vehicle 2.0 Podcast with Scot Wingo. As the lone Buffalo, NY native in the office, his woes as a sports fan are well-documented.