We’ll all agree – headlights are very important part of every vehicle that’s supposed to be on a road during night.

And if your car is old with classic car lights, your headlights probably are not in the best shape ever as the heat from the bulbs often damages the surface and helps dirt to stick to it, so eventually your headlights become foggy and not as safe as they should be.

But did you know you don’t need to buy new headlights to fix this issue? All you need are a toothbrush, toothpaste, some wax, a cloth, and a bottle of water.  In the video you’re about to see, Mechanic Chris Fix will show you how to clean up a pair of foggy headlights with not much more than a toothbrush and a toothpaste.

He suggests that you use a toothpaste that is less abrasive, so any cheap good old fashioned toothpaste should work. It would also be great if you could avoid a gel toothpaste, so this time it is literally – the cheaper the better.

The process is really simple, and if you follow directions from the video your headlights will come out nice and sparkly clean.