Are your auto headlights cloudy? A couple of years ago, I talked with an auto repair owner and he told me Toyota would charge me around $400 per headlight, to replace the plastic covers. Um, I don’t think so! So, I learned to live with cloudy headlights.
Then, I read somewhere about using a paste of baking soda and water to clean the plastic. The right headlight was a tad cloudier than the left but you can still see a huge difference. It’s a lot clearer than it looks; the sun was shining at an angle and made for a difficult photo.
The recipe: a cup of baking soda (I buy 3 pounds at Sam’s Club for less than $3) mixed with enough water to make a paste.