I am sure most of you didn't know this, but I used to work at an auto parts store in high school. I didn't have a clue what anything was, I mostly just ran the register. But I did learn a few things in the year or so that I worked there. Some things have been useful to know, others not so much.
Well, now that I am a mom, a busy mom running around doing carpool and shuffling kids to sports and activities all day long, car care is something that is good to have under the belt. Especially since most of the time I am running around without the hubby.
Well, did you know that October is Headlight Safety Month, the perfect time for drivers to address a key safety isse on America's roads that rarely comes to light: dim headlight bulbs and hazy lenses, which may lead to reduced visibility. As Daylight Savings Time nears, and kids hit the streets for trick-or-treating, the importance of clear nighttime visibility increases.
I was recently turned on to a Headlight Restoration Kit from . No tools are required and it comes at a fraction of the cost of professional cleanings! It works easily on most plastic lenses, including taillights, trailers, snowmobiles, emergency vehicle light bars, plastic motorcycle lights and more. This kit seems so easy to use, designed specifically as the perfect "tool" for moms to take care of their car and kids too. Most of the time I am traveling by myself with a car full of kiddos and it will give me comfort to know I have a on hand to help me see better in dark or rough weather.
Check out the difference from before the kit and after the kit...