Pontiac Grand Am Headlight
How You Should Maintain Your Pontiac Grand Am Headlight
What does it feel driving one of the last vehicle runs of the great General Motors marque? The Pontiac Grand Am surely still gives you the thrill and joy that you associate with driving a true American car. You hit the open road and open the throttle wide open. Driving through the canyons until the sun sets should be one to be accomplished with this car. However, when the sky turns dark, you should also have a reliable Pontiac Grand Am headlight. This will help you see what is ahead of you. Especially in canyons, there could be animals crossing and dangerous curves that need to be spotted from the distance. If you want a safe trip and avoid officers from pulling you over because of busted headlights, you should know how to take care of it. Here are some tips on how you should maintain the headlight of your Pontiac Grand Am.
- Loosen the dust and grime on the headlight lens by rinsing it with water.
The number one enemy of an effective headlight is accumulated dust on the lens. It prevents the light from fully reaching its reach. Just like all the other exterior panels of your car, point your hose at an angle and let the water rush to your lens. The angle should be able to push away loose dust from the surface already. This also allows you to be able to scrub lens with less abrasion. For light dust build-ups, water can already do the trick. But hey, don't settle for that only.
- Apply the car shampoo mixture to the lens in gentle scrubs.
After rinsing your headlight lens with water, prepare the car shampoo mixture in a clean pale. Soak your favorite wash mitt in it then apply it to your lens. Do so in gentle scrubs to avoid scratching the surface. If you became careless, you will eventually put some bad scratches on the lens. It is not good for driving.
- Don't forget to dry it up.
You should get a clean cloth or chamois to dry up the newly washed headlight. This prevents water from getting stuck in the crevices and eventually accumulating dirt again.