Easily restore headlight with 8 Fun & Unique Cake Decoration Hacks 2 days ago   07:24

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Easily restore headlight with baking soda and vinegar a how-to video.

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Same result just making a paste with baking soda?
tan hock jun
How's the frog doing now? :D
Pajlis Thoj
Lol one thing not related to this my turn signal light broke open hood can't find where to replace it. Youtube and found out that just to change a light you have to take off the entire front end just tonreplace the light in the old days open hood and less then 5 min done now it takes hours just to change a light sad
Philip Sartell
Tried this on my 2006 Camry and 2008 4-Runner today. Both were pretty heavily frosted and the results with this simple approach were phenomenal. I’ve spend $25 in the past for a kit that did half the job these two simple ingredients and some elbow grease did. Thanks for making this very helpful how-to!
Larry Edwards
Regular old dirt, soapy water, clean cloths and old-fashioned elbow grease is the po man remedy.
Bee Williams
...and your co-star was a shy Tree Frog... lol ! Will be trying this method ! Thank you, great video !
Earls Pearl
comet and ajax old fashioned toothpaste softscrub fine emory cloth
don c
WD 40 works too
Paul Grossmann
Has anyone tried with just baking soda and water? I use baking soda to clean kitchen pots and pans and it works amazingly well with just water
I used a plastic scouring pad, dipped it in vinegar, wiped half of a headlight plastic (19 yr. old F150 headlamp) with the pad. I then dipped the pad in baking soda and rubbed the same half of the headlight. Wiped off the paste. Comparing the cleaned and uncleaned side showed a pretty good result with this technique.
King Ugly
That owl in the background brings back memories from my gmas house 😢😢 nice vid tho.
John Deere
Class action Suits against auto makers is needed. This now has DOT safety very questionable.
Andreas Stöffel
Can I also use apple cider vinegar?
Stephanie Lane
I’ve used baking soda and vinegar and toothpaste. The toothpaste works much better for a lot of oxidation. I used baking soda and vinegar tonight on a car and it took away some but not all of the oxidation. I may have to try toothpaste.
Nikita Strong
This worked so well. Thx so much..
Andrew Olmstead
This might be more interesting if the headlights actually needed cleaning
Nice one Banshee Moon.... Love the little frog at the end
The Angry Bass
You can easily restore headlights using compound and an electric buffer with 9 inch pad. Buffer does all the work in just a few seconds and then you simply wipe off the residue.
Amira Nieto
Ephraim Camacho
Great job! But I wouldn't use Windex for plastic it's not made for that. They have other products for plastic lens.
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8 Fun & Unique Cake Decoration Hacks Easily restore headlight with 2 days ago   10:56

Cake - what a wonderful way to treat yourself and others. Everybody loves them, kids, adults, pandas - you name it!
This time Hungry Panda is showing you 8 amazing ways to make & decorate cake! From a lava shooting volcano to a beehive filled with buzzing bees, check out all the crazy things we turned into delicious cake!

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7:30 Honeycomb Bee Cake
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