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Fast Brite: Does it Work?

Have you looked at your headlights lately? If they are cloudy and yellow, making it tough to see while driving at night, you may need a product that will clear things up.

Fast Brite promises to return your headlights to their showroom shine. So, we grabbed a box of this lens restoring kit to find out if it works.

The box comes with two containers and a sponge.  Our tester went to work to see if these items that are supposed to wipe away years of grime can really accomplish such a task.

In a matter of seconds, the headlight was noticeably brighter.

Just to be sure the product works, we needed the opinion of someone who knows how to make vehicles sparkle, so we stopped by a professional car wash. There we found a car with dingy headlights and Walter Gibson, who was willing to give it a try.

"No buffing or sanding – it's easy to use," he said after reading the directions.

Then he got busy.

"It's two steps; you've got the lens cleaner, put it on and take it off. You've got the polisher, put it on and take it off," he said.

It wasn't long before he noticed a difference.

"Looks pretty good," said Gibson after admiring his handiwork. "It does work!"

We give Fast Brite a thumbs-up!

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