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Headlight Restoration Portland, Oregon

Complete Headlight Restoration Service

Awesome Headlights offers a perfect solution for vehicle headlight issues. Get shiny and new looking headlights on your family or company vehicles with our convenient services. We ensure complete customer satisfaction and prioritize your safety while driving at night.


“My headlights look like brand new after the work done on them. Greg runs a professional operation with great customer service, and the quality of his work is well worth the money.”


“My car's headlights were foggy and dim causing a safety issue. Now they are crystal clear are bright, making night-time driving much easier!  THANK YOU, Greg.”

Frequently Asked Questions

During the 1980s, car manufacturers stopped making headlights out of glass, and began using polycarbonate plastic. This material has many advantages. It’s lightweight, strong, durable, and can be transformed into a variety of shapes. However, polycarbonate is porous and prone to oxidation. To combat this, headlight manufacturers covered them with a protective film coating. The coating works well for a few years, but unfortunately can start to degrade. The main reasons for this are:

Oxidation from UV Light. Ultraviolet (UV) rays and heat from the sun cause the lens to develop micro cracks, which cause them to oxidize and turn slightly yellow.

Damage from Road Debris. Being at the front of your car near the ground, headlights take the brunt of the damage when small rocks and road debris strike them. This creates dents and pits that mar the once-smooth surface, contributing to the development of cloudiness.

Dirt and Chemical Buildup. Road dirt and mud constantly coat the lens. During winter, salt and road de-icing can build up, causing a cloudy film. Even if the car is washed regularly, this buildup can still happen over time.

Acid Rain and Chemicals in the Atmosphere. Chemical pollutants in the air react with water vapor and oxidants, resulting in sulfuric and nitric acids. These acids fall to Earth in rain or snow. These pollutants can cause damage to car finishes and headlights. Acid rain can also break down polycarbonates in auto and headlight finishes, and create cloudiness and blotches.

I charge $80 for both headlights, and $50 for a single headlight. I charge $30 to do both fog lights. *Until the end of September, however, I’m running a 5-year anniversary special… $60 for the pair, and $40 for a single.

OBVIOUSLY NOT! From the AAA website: “Properly functioning headlights are key to safe nighttime driving. With 50 percent of crashes occurring at night, drivers cannot afford any reduction in visibility. Yet research by AAA shows that deteriorated headlights—found on millions of vehicles on the road today—reduce the amount of light output by nearly 80 percent as compared to new lenses.”

Faded, yellowed or hazy headlights look bad, but they are also a safety concern. The degradation of the headlight causes the light output from the internal bulbs to be diffused. The beam from the headlight is weakened, and results in a reduced area or range of coverage. The less you can see, the more chances there are you could run into something. It has been suggested that as many as 9 out of 10 accidents at night are related in some way to visibility.

You sure can… if you don’t mind spending HUNDREDS of dollars! Call a dealership and get a quote to do this. Then call 911 so they can revive you, because you fainted after seeing the estimate. The problem is, you can’t just buy the headlight “cover”. You have to buy the ENTIRE light assembly. On top of that, there’s obviously the labor charge and inconvenience of not having your car. Sure… go right ahead.

I can guarantee that my service will make your headlights look 100% BETTER or close to new. I’m only as good as WHAT I HAVE TO WORK WITH. In most cases I will be able to make your headlights look amazing.

However, if your headlights are EXTREMELY YELLOW OR OXIDIZED, it may not be possible to bring them back to new looking. I may recommend that replacement is a better option. Before I begin, I will determine the level of restoration needed and let you know what you can expect. See my services and gallery pages.

Consider this. YOU’RE BUSY with work, kids, family, friends, errands, etc. HOW MUCH IS YOUR TIME WORTH? Like some things in our fast-paced world today – house cleaning, yard work, repairs, shopping, etc. – sometimes it’s so much easier to simply have it done by someone with experience.

***DISCLAIMER***: If your headlight(s) are very old, or there is a break in the seal, this may have allowed water vapor or oxidation to form on the INSIDE of the lens. THIS CANNOT BE FIXED! You will ultimately need to have them replaced, unfortunately. In this situation, I will restore the outside as close to new as I can; but realize that it will only improve so much. There are other situations where the headlights are SO badly faded or discolored, that even a total restoration will only bring them close to new.

If required or requested, I use a ceramic (Ci02) coating designed for headlights. The coating I use lasts 2-3 years. As part of my service, I can recommend some products and provide instructions on how to prolong the time before needing to reapply the coating or redo the service.

No. Awesome Headlights is a mobile service company. I come to you! Your home is the most convenient location to perform the restoration service; however, I can certainly provide it at your work location, as long as there aren’t any rules or ordinances making it illegal. This is for safety reasons.

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