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Cleaning Your Headlights

Cleaning Your Headlights

Do you have cloudy headlights? Here are a few unique ways to clean them:

  • Toothpaste – Not only does toothpaste brighten your smile, it also helps you clean your headlights. All you have to do is spread some paste onto your headlights, add some water, and get to work scrubbing it with any brush – even a toothbrush! Its best if you use a paste and not a gel, as the paste tends to work more efficiently.
  • Bug Spray – If you don’t want to go the toothpaste route, you can also clean your headlights using bug spray. The chemicals in the spray can help remove the top layer of damaged plastic from your headlights, letting the light shine through. All you have to do is spray it on a soft cloth and rub it on to the headlights in a circular motion.
  • Baby Oil – Some say that using baby oil is the best way to clean your headlights. After you wash them with soap and water, you should put some baby oil on a paper towel and rub it into your headlights. As you buff the headlights, you’ll start to notice that it will become clear!

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How to find out right headlight bulbs for your vehicle?

How to find out right headlight bulbs for your vehicle?

Each car has different lights and therefore requires different bulbs. There's headlights, fog lights, brake lights, indicator lights, sidelights and interior lights - just to name a few!

Along with all of the different bulbs, there are also different fittings, depending on your vehicle make, year and model. A fitting refers to the shape and size of the base of the bulb in order for it to correctly fit your vehicle.



The insider's guide to thermal management of LED bulbs

The insider's guide to thermal management of LED bulbs

High power light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can use 350 milliwatts or more in a single LED. Most of the electricity in an LED becomes heat rather than light (about 70% heat and 30% light). If this heat is not removed, the LEDs run at high temperatures, which not only lowers their efficiency, but also makes the LED less reliable. Thus, thermal management of high power LEDs is a crucial area of research and development. It is necessary to limit the junction temperature to a value that will guarantee the desired LED lifetime.



How to find out headlight bulb number through vehicle owner's manual?

How to find out headlight bulb number through vehicle owner's manual?

This article explains the simple method to find out the model number of your headlight bulbs and installation steps from automobile user manual. The 2014 Chevrolet Spark Owner's Manual is used as the example.



How does LED produce light?

How does LED produce light?

An LED is a small light bulb that easily fits into an electrical circuit. These light bulbs do not get hot and they are illuminated by the constant movements of the electrons located in the semiconductor material. The average life of an LED is around 50,000 hours, and it surpasses the life of the typical halogen or HID bulb by several tens of thousands of hours.



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