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OneStep® Automotive Lens Restorer

OneStep® Automotive Lens Restorer

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Clear headlights in seconds without the side-effects. Oxidized headlight housings can cost thousands and are a safety hazard when driving at night or in bad weather conditions. There are many products that can remove this oxidation but there is still only one that does it without causing damaging to the lens itself, that's OneStep®

A "target specific deoxidizer" that instantly removes heavy oxidation from headlights and tail lights on contact restoring optical clarity. Completely non-abrasive with a built-in conditioner it restores while leaving the UV protection membrane intact eliminating the inevitable yellowing caused by other headlight restoration products and methods. There is nothing that removes acrylic oxidation faster, safer or more efficiently on Earth. 100% DIY, anyone can do it in seconds, male, female, child or maybe even a monkey. No special skills or tools needed. 

The applied theory is oxidation is a natural build up of loose oxygen electrons also known as "free radicals", some of these are attracted to acrylic surfaces. These electrons have a natural negative charge and are drawn to the surface of acrylics. The amounts are increased when current is passing through the headlight. These electrons will build up on the surface until no light can come through. In the process they create an absorbent surface layer that will trap road debris such as gas and oil and will be darken by ultra violet light. These ''additional contaminants'' can degrade the UV protective layer and turn the oxygenated surface from white to yellow to brown, environment and vehicle maintenance has a large part to do with how fast this will happen. This oxygenated surface solidifies into a hard outer coating. The low tech way to solve this problem was to use an abrasive chemical or method to wear the oxidized surface down, the problem with that approach is that it causes more harm than the oxidation itself. These products and methods only serve to exasperate the condition leaving the lens subject to future and more easily established build-ups. In addition, another common method of restoration involves a sanding and re-coating of the lens with any number of acrylic, lacquer, or other coatings which is only a temporary fix as the build-up will establish itself on the coating either before or after the failure of that coating turning the lens permanently yellow. Remember, oxidation is not damage, it is easily and safely removed with an acrylic deoxidizer like OneStep®