A while back I restored my headlights, got rid of the yellow haze etc, they look 80% good at the moment. A while back I was speaking to a guy at a bodyshop and he mentioned re-laquering the headlights after this process. So tonight when washing the car I noticed how the headlights looked basically brand new when the water was on them acting as a clear coat on top, so I want to try and find a clear lacquer or similar for them so they look like this all the time. I went on YouTube and Google etc and found a number of people using a clear lacquer to do this after restoring the lights, found this on Halfords website - http://www.halfords.com/motoring/pa...paints/halfords-universal-clear-lacquer-500ml - and wondered if this would do the job? Or if anybody has done this another way? I'm aware of the heat from the lights when they're on so I wanted to make sure I didn't go ahead and put this on only for heat to destroy it over time. Thoughts? Edit: Just found this, and based off the reviews this is the better of the two - http://www.halfords.com/motoring/pa...t-decorative-paints/halfords-bodyshop-lacquer.