The maintenance of car headlights in summer is very important. Here are some common methods and suggestions:

  1. Cleaning: Regularly clean the dirt and dust on the surface of the headlight. You can use a special car cleaner and a soft cloth or sponge to gently wipe the lampshade to ensure thorough cleaning without scratching the lampshade.

  2. Polishing: If there are small scratches or tarnishing on the surface of the headlight, consider polishing. Use a plastic-friendly headlight polish and follow the instructions. Polishing restores the luster of headlights and improves lighting effects.

  3. Sealed protection: In summer, the sun is strong, and prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays will easily cause the surface of the headlight to turn yellow, fade or age. Additional protection can be provided by using a clear headlight seal protector or spray-on sealant. These products reduce UV damage and extend the life of your headlights.

  4. Check the light bulb: the high temperature in summer can easily cause the light bulb to overheat or burn out. Check the bulbs in your headlights regularly to make sure they are working properly and are bright. Replace burned out bulbs if necessary.

  5. Avoid collisions: Avoid colliding with hard objects or scratching the headlights to prevent the lampshade from being broken or scratched. At the same time, pay attention to keeping a sufficient distance from other vehicles when parking to avoid damage caused by accidental collisions.

  6. Pay attention to protection when driving: try to avoid touching the headlights during driving. If you need to check or replace a bulb, you can consult your vehicle's owner's manual or have a professional do it.

  Overall, regular cleaning, polishing and protection will keep your summer headlights in good condition, extending their life and providing safe lighting. If there is serious damage or problems with the headlights, it is recommended to consult a professional auto repair technician for further inspection and repair.