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Blue Magic 730-6 Headlight Lens Sealer - 8 oz.

4.1 out of 5 stars 185 customer reviews
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  • Blue Magic 730-6 Headlight Lens Sealer - 8 oz.
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  • 3M 39008 Headlight Lens Restoration System
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  • 3M 03433 36 mm x 32 m Automotive Performance Masking Tape
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Technical Details

Brand Blue Magic
Model 730-6
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.4 x 1.4 x 8.2 inches
Origin USA
Item model number 730-6
Manufacturer Part Number 730-6

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ASIN B0051PJWQW
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4.1 out of 5 stars 185 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #416 in Automotive (See top 100)
#54 in Automotive > Car Care > Exterior Care > Cleaners
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available May 19, 2011

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Product Description

Use this product on new and restored lenses. Keeps lens clear and bright, protects lens from UV rays, seals out dirt and grime and prevents yellowing and hazing.

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By S. Chhin on April 10, 2012
You use this AFTER polishing your headlights. You can put more than one coat. Just let it dry for a few minutes in between, and spray it on a towel, not directly on the lens. There is a major difference between using this and not; without it, my lens started dulling/yellowing after a car wash, versus with it; lasting months after many washes.
Only con I can think of, is that it is hard to find locally.

Plus, one bottle will last years or many applications. This has a permanent home in my garage.
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I use this on all the cars I restore headlights on.

Here is the magic combo, even for OEM light lenses that are so yellowed that the original film is peeling.

A water bottle, a high speed hand drill, micro fiber cloth, 3M Headlight Lens Restoration System, some Meguires PlastX, and this Blue Magic Headlight Lens Sealer and about an hour or so of time.

A large majority of people and even professionals will completely miss this final step. When that happens you end up with lights that are clear after restoration for only a few months before they fog up again. The original lights of most modern cars have a plasctic film on them that is supposed to act like sun block and protect the plastic from the environment and possibility of drying out and becoming brittle. If you do not reapply a sealer AFTER restoring and polishing the lights, then they may become damaged sooner than you would expect.

After every headlight restoration and detailing a car, I put a coat of this on the lights with a microfiber cloth after polishing them. Make sure to carefully wipe any excess off painted surfaces before it dries.

I use this on my own cars and after 6+ months of brutal California sun, pollution, saly air, and road gunk, the lights on my 20001 VW passat and other cars are still crystal clear.

I would reccomend this to amateurs and professionals alike if you cannot find or afford the professional grade plastic sealers.
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This sealer is very good. I found it on clearance at O'Reilly Auto for $0.62/bottle and bought all 8 that they had left..yes 62 cents each! I found that it goes on best using a terry cloth applicator to get a smooth and even coat. Pictures are before and after for a headlight restoration I did on my buddy's Toyota SUV. I used wetsanding sandpaper 1500, 2000, 2500, and 3000, then polished with Meguiar's PlastX, and finally sealed them with Blue Magic Headlight Sealer. For what it's worth, I do not have a drill and polishing pad. All elbow grease! Use multiple coats of sealer in between drying for more protection.
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The headlights on my '01 Durango, were getting that nasty yellowish film on them. I don't have a garage, so my Durango is constantly exposed to the elements. I've been in the market for some new crystal clear Anzo's, for quite some time now. But, outta curiosity, I wanted to give the Blue Magic headlight lens restorer a try. I purchased the the restorer a couple weeks back. I didn't purchase this sealer, 'til I saw the results from the restorer. The restorer is a blue polish, much like liquid car wax. As I mentioned previously, my lights were getting pretty darn yellow and ugly. I was skeptical, to say the least. But, after about five-six applications of the restorer, my headlights started showing signs of life.

It's easy, just apply the polish to a soft cloth, rub in a circular motion, then buff with another clean/soft cloth. The yellow began to disappear, to my amazement. Pleased with those results, I went ahead and purchased the sealer. Prior to applying this sealer, I did another half dozen or so applications of the restorer polish. My headlights were much much clearer and brighter, and the yellow was GONE! Now, extremely pleased with the restorer results, out came the sealer. I sprayed the sealer diectly onto the lens (as stated in the directions on the bottle), then wiped with a clean/soft cloth. I then, did a second application with the sealer, and let it dry overnight. When I came out to my truck in the morning, I was like..."WOW"! That's how bright/clear and shiny my headlights were, now. They were very very close to looking brand new.

The only thing I wish I would've done, was taken a few before/after pics. Between the restorer and sealer, I couldn't be happier. The best part is, no sandpaper is required. Just apply to a soft cloth, rub and buff, it's that easy.
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My 12 year old 2001 Civic with over 100,000 miles had the dreaded "yellow headlight lens" syndrome. I'd noticed it some time ago, but one of the bulbs going out finally motivated me to do something about it. After reading about lots of products, it seems most all of them work well, but don't last very long. So I decided to go cheap and easy, but with a sealer. (If I'm going to have to redo it periodically, I don't want to spend an hour every six months or so.) Blue Magic Restorer (725CD-06) and Sealer (730-6) looked like they'd be easy and cheap. I just hoped they would work.

On my car, I must say I'm very impressed by how well they worked! I did the first treatment by hand, which removed most of the yellow. I then did the second with a cheap buffer on a drill, which made them clear. The surface still feels pitted, but they look more like clear plastic compared to the old frosted shower glass appearance they started with. The sealer has made them look like clear glass (though still not glassy smooth on the surface). My headlights now look nicer than the rest of my car!

The only thing which would make me happier is if this lasts longer than a year. If I don't update this, all is good.
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