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E2 Introduces Lens Re-New Headlight Restoration Kit

E2 works to restore both headlights and taillights by removing the yellow, hazy and cloudy coating that occurs from oxidation and exposure to the elements.

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E2Lens Re-New is a new, easy-to-apply headlight restoration kit that renews headlights to a like-new appearance without the use of sandpaper or power tools, according to E2. It works to restore both headlights and taillights by removing the yellow, hazy and cloudy coating that occurs from oxidation and exposure to the elements.

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Developed by owner Eric Meredith as a low-cost solution that would restore his daughter’s headlights after she was in an accident with a deer in their home state of Tennessee, the kit has been demonstrated on four major cable shows: GearZ, All Girls Garage, Two Guys Garage and Truck U on the Velocity cable station.

Most headlights and taillights are made of a clear-coated polycarbonate that in time will yellow creating a driving hazard. In addition to UV degradation, the clear coating wears off and the porous lens is exposed to more abrasion, dirt, chemicals and UV light. E2 Lens Re-New removes the yellow cloudy buildup on the lens surface and adds a clear coating for long term protection. E2 Lens Re-New was created to effectively remove buildup that can be a driving hazard.

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The all-in-one kit, featuring a non-abrasive proprietary cleaning formula, is composed of a cleaning solution, clear coat, white cleaning cloth, blue buffing cloth, a clear coat applicator pad, stirring spoon, plastic gloves and step-by-step instructions.

Backed by a 21-day return policy, E2 is available for purchase online or at Kroger Fuel Centers.  One kit typically will provide cleaning and protection for three vehicle applications.

For more information about E2 Re-New, visit E2lensrenew.com, email [email protected], or call 615.431.1060.

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