Arke Stairs
More from EHT:

Hazy Headlights–What do you do?

Q: How can I remove the haze that covers my car’s headlights?

A: The oxidization of the plastic housing on the headlight can definitely create a thick haze, which can worsen to point that is affects the light output. Kits are available at many automotive stores, which include the tools and materials you will need, but the kit costs about $30. For a less costly approach, try cleaning off the haze with some aluminum paste and a buffing disc in a drill. Operate the buffer much like polishing your car, but don’t stop moving the buffer and don’t run it for more than 30 seconds in one spot or you risk overheating and melting the plastic on the headlights.

EHT Newsletter

Sign up for the monthly EHT Newsletter including DIY tips, industry updates, trends, and more

Hot Product

STINGER EXO Underlayment

STINGER EXO Underlayment is a UV-resistant synthetic underlayment that can be exposed to the elements for up to six months. Manufactured with 100% synthetic woven fabric, EXO delivers high tear strength and proprietary non-skid additives for enhanced slip resistance for roofer safety. Featuring a preprinted nailing pattern and overlap lines to speed underlayment installations, EXO […]

Read More >>