When most people put their car up for sale, they usually do the normal things like wash it and vacuum it out, maybe wipe down the vinyl, dash & door panels with some kind of cleaner.
Some take it a step further by cleaning and dressing the tires, dressing the interior, cleaning the windows or maybe even waxing the whole car!
We do it to make the car look better and more attractive to a potential buyer, and it also raises the value of the vehicle; the more the customer likes it, the more you can get for it. Or at least maybe less or no haggling over price.
How many cars or trucks can you think of that you've seen (For Sale) on the roadsides that had cloudy headlights?
You may recall one or two that you have seen recently, but most people won't remember seeing any; because they didn't give that car a second thought.
No matter how good the rest of the car looked, the headlights killed it!
Now in all fairness, me being in the business of restoring headlights, I tend to notice foggy and clouded headlights more than your average Joe, so I don't expect people to remember something like that anyway.
My point is, that a small investment in having the headlights restored can raise the value of any vehicle by hundreds of dollars!
Otherwise the work you've put into making it look better is all for nothing!
“Restoring your headlights can make your whole car look better; But restoring your whole car can't make your headlights look any better.”
By Scott Summerson.
Hello, Scott Summerson here, Here's a little about my experience: