Fast Brite For Headlights: Does It Really Work?
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Commercials for Fast Brite claim to restore the headlights on your vehicle to showroom bright in 30 seconds, but how well does the product really work?
WCCO-TV reporter Chris Stanford tried it out and found Fast Bright fairly east to use.
Inside the box, you’ll find two bottles and a sponge. One bottle is labeled “Step 1,” the other is labeled “Step 2.”
After the headlight is wiped clean with a damp rag, you’re supposed to use the liquid in the “Step 1” to clean the headlight. Then, you’re supposed to use the other side of the sponge and the liquid in the “Step 2” bottle to protect the headlight.
The process is completed after you wipe off the headlight with a clean, dry rag.
Stanford compared the treated headlight to one that was only wiped off with a damp rag and found that the headlight treated with Fast Brite did appear brighter.
Stanford thought that using Fast Bright was fairly easy and work about as fast as it claimed.