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Certified Headlight Restoration Specialist

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Not only are oxidized and hazy headlights asetheically unpleasing they are creating

Low Cost

Headlight Restoration is more affordable than completely replacing the entire headlight. Headlight replacements can cast an average of $1000, per set. Headlight restoration on average is $100.


Headlight restoration specialists offer customers a convenient service. Although there are many kits that allow customers to repair them on their own, headlight repair specialists can provide this service while customers are at their home or work.


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Low Cost & Low Overhead

The equipment and supplies needed to repair a headlight are minimal and affordable. So the cost of each repair is very low.If you are providing it as a mobile service you are also saving by not having to pay for a fixed location.

Convenient & Fast

You can provide Headlight Restoration as an add on service to your existing business. If you have an auto detailing business you can provide customers with another service that will not take a lot of time to complete.

Growth Potential

The average of 3 out of 10 cars on the road need this service. Therefore there are many opportunities for Headlight Restoration Specialists.

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Headlight Restoration


Smart Detailing University’s Headlight Restoration Class teaches students how to restore faded and discolored headlamps to a crystal clear finish using the most advanced products and techniques. Often times you wash them, polish them and have tried every trick that you’ve heard of and they just wont clean up. Ready to find a more permanent solution that you can use for yourself as well as sell to others?  Then get ready to be blown away by SDU’s Headlight Restoration Training Program.


Headlamps come in all shapes and sizes and use advanced technologies like High Intensity Discharge (HID), Projector and the traditional Halogen. Some have auto-leveling systems, some have LED accent lights and there are a select few with an automatic wiping system. Because of this the price of a replacement headlamp can cost upwards of $1,500 each. That is a hefty price to pay when a majority of the time all that needs to be restored is the surface of the lens. This is where you come in, as a Headlight Restoration Specialist you can offer customers the opportunity to restore faded, oxidized headlights for a fraction of the price it would cost to be replaced.


Here at SDU we have years of experience using top-of-the-line products and have perfected the art of headlamp restoration. Skilled and talented professionals who will assist you in walking away with the knowledge and expertise to provide a valuable and profitable service teach our students.  Safety first!

Why Do Headlights Become "Hazy" and Oxidized?

Vehicle headlamps are not only a stylish component of your vehicle, they are also a necessity. In the mid 1980’s the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) allowed for polycarbonate headlamp lenses to be installed on all U.S. Vehicles. Since this was a move from traditional glass to a plastic material, the surface had to be coated with a chemical hard-coat to maintain transparency. Over time however, this surface becomes oxidized due to the constant exposure of U.V. rays as well as environmental impurities. As this occurs, the lens becomes dull and discolored resulting in a drastic reduction of driver safety. According to the NHTSA, 49% of all traffic accidents occur at night. This is compounded by the fact that 25% of all auto-travel occurs during the darkest hours. Providing a service that not only revives the natural aesthetics of a vehicles headlamp but also restores the clarity needed for safe nighttime driving is a must for any professional detailer.

Our specialized training curriculum includes the following:

  • How to make a 6 Figure income as a Windshield Repair Specialist

  • Industry's leading tips and hands-on training from professionals with real industry experience.

  • Polycarbonate headlamp technology (coated plastic headlamps used on all modern vehicles).

  • Reasons for headlamp fading and discoloration.

  • Proper use of tools and techniques for a superior finish.

  • Restoring headlights, taillights, light bars, and windscreens.

  • Nano-sealant application to protect the headlights for up to 12 months.

  • Selling an affordable service to maximize profits.

  • Proper restoration techniques by hand and machine.

  • Protecting against UVA and UVB solar rays.

  • How to achieve crystal clear headlights.

Why Customers are Demanding This Service:
Why becoming a Headlight Restoration Specialist is the right choice:
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