1 black Low Profile 4 pad
1 backing plate
1 drill adapter
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November 16, 2014
Granted my headlights were not severely clouded, but they did have the wear of a 7 year old car that has been kept outside. The instructions were clear, the kit included everything needed. And I was able to refinish my headlights to excellent appearance in about an hour and a half (for both). Granted, they do not look like new, but that was not my expectation, as the car is older. They look consistent with the rest of the car (which has a few dings and scratches). I used my cordless drill, but if I were to do it again, I'd find a garage somewhere and use a corded drill or a RO polisher. There was more than enough product, with enough left over that I could probably do at least two more sets of moderately clouded lights. For the price it was an excellent value, and much cheaper than the dealer's quote of $130!
October 25, 2007
My 1999 Town & Country headlights were very clouded. Wolfgang Cleaning System did a good job on a difficult problem. Probably brought my lenses back to 80-85 percent clear. Probably left them go too long. Would recommend checking your headlights. If caught in time, this cleaning systems would be just the ticket to bring the headlights back to new condition. Also, using the sealer as recommended could keep clouding from reoccuring. I learned a lesson...don't let your plastic headlights get cloudy...use Wofgang at first signs of cloudiness! Ed Subler
September 21, 2011
Product does not remove fine scratches. I followed the direction and went over the headlights 3 times and it still did not remove the scratches like the product said it would. The product made the headlights look cleaner and protected, but still did not remove the scratches and flaking of the outer coating.
October 13, 2007
Everything you need is included in the kit. But not having done it before and not really used to operating power tools/buffers made it especially difficult. I seemed to have burned the plastic lens on the one headlight from using a high speed drill and put a gouge in my paint job when I slipped off the headlight with the drill because of the shape of my lenses. I did clear up the cloudiness somewhat, I just hope it lasts. But I can't fix the burned plastic on the one side. So I'm kinda disappointed, I fixed the issue but now have two new issues----burnt plastic lens (swirl marks), and a big scratch next to my headlight. So just be warned. Good Luck.