Sure...WOW, that's a massive difference, can I ask what you used and/or how you did it, I think I may have some time in the near future to do mine. !!
All you need is a flat screwdriver and an oven.
1. Remove the three clips that hold the glass attached to housing of the headlight.
2. Put the headlight in oven and "bake" it for 7-10 minutes at the lowest temperature, you just want the glue to soften.
3. Take the headlight and slowly start to open the glass as you pry with the screwdriver on those three spots were the clips were. Just do it evenly and it should start slowly popping out from the housing.
I've taken the shiny part just to clean down under, but you don't have to as it's really not necessary. Anyway, DO NOT touch or try to clean the shiny part (reflector). You can maybe blow the dust with compressed air, but you touch it and there is a fingerprint which won't go away until you repaint it.
What you can is clean the projector with a microfiber cloth, and of course wash the glass which is the point.
The procedure for getting it back is just the opposite. Heat the headlight again, put the glass on and the clips back.
Should not take more than an hour per headlight if you want to do it properly.