There are many products you can buy to do this. I am cheap and lazy so I decided to do it another way.
This is actually super easy and relatively quick to do. Searching on Google, I found people using toothpaste doing the same thing here and here and here and here and here and here. So I figured it would be worth a shot.
Get a rag or two you don't mind getting dirty, and some cheap toothpaste. This is what we will use as our abrasive. If you have a buffer, go ahead and use it to get faster and better results.
|My car is about 13 years old. I don't know if the headlights have ever been cleaned.|
Apply the toothpaste and vigorously rub the toothpaste over what needs to be cleaned. Then wipe off the toothpaste with a clean rag (or clean part of the rag).
The results should come pretty fast and easy! Warning:
Toothpaste is an abrasive. You are essentially sanding away the haziness. If you have a lens protectant, you will be sanding this away as well and may want to replace it after doing this.