We will use the same kit as we used to buff out paint marks from the clear coat.
The car is clean and dry. First, we apply a masking tape to the edges, so when we sand , we won't touch the painted panels.
The next step is to carefully wet-sand the headlight plastic surface with a very fine sandpaper. In this case we used a 3000-grit 3M waterproof sandpaper. Sand with water, as the water dries, spray more water. When it's wet, the sandpaper lasts longer without clogging up.
Now the plastic looks more clear when wet, but we need to fine-polish it. It's time to use a fine polishing compound.
Buff using circular motion. It takes a few minutes of good buffing to bring back the shine.
The headlight repair is complete and you should now have clean headlights that look as good as new and restored optical clarity for safe night driving.