|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 12 x 0 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_B00CCSD5U0|
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Headlights, Tail Lights, Fog Lights Tint Vinyl Film, Self Adhesive (Small 12''X48'', GLOSS Black)
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Why is headlight protection so valuable ?It has been estimated that on average 1 out of every 6 automobiles will require headlight replacement due to damage from road debris. Replacing headlight components can be an expensive and time consuming process, the average headlamp set costs $450 to replace. Plastic headlights tend to dull and lose their transparency, glass headlights tend to break and fracture as they wear. what tools do I need for install headlight tint?Vinyl Squeegee (Credit Card /w cloth wrap will work)Soft Cloth TowelSpray Bottle with soapy waterHair Dryer or a Heat GunHow to Install Headlight and Tail Light Tint film?1. Clean the surface of the Headlight or Tail light with soap and water to ensure all debris are removed from the surface of the Tail Light. 2. Carefully remove the Overlay from the sheet and spray the overlay's adhesive side with Soap and Water. The Soap and Water will prevent the Overlay's adhesive from sticking while you apply it the Tail Light. 3. Carefully apply/align the Overlay on the Tail Light and smooth out as much crease as possible by using your fingers. Use the vinyl squeegee to push out all the soapy water on the front face of the Tail Light. The more soapy water you push out the less bubbling there will be. Note: Make sure the crease are evenly distributed on the Overlay, therefore you can easily smooth it out with a heat Gun and Squeegee.4. Carefully pull and fold the side inward. If necessary, use the hair dryer to soften up the vinyl and squeegee out all the crease.5. Heat up the excess vinyl (heating up the vinyl will soften it and makes it easy to trim) and trim. Note: Don't worry if you over stretch the vinyl. Any excess vinyl protruding can be easily removed using a brand new exacto knife.
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I saw a lot of people complaining about how it was shipped. The seller listened and fixed the issue. The packaging was great. They put a styrofoam stick in the center and held it closed with a zip tie. See attached photo.
A tip *** Use lots of soapy water. Lots and lots. And continue to spray it on throughout the application process. Clean the headlights so there is no dirt or residue. Then spray the whole head or tail light with the soapy water. Peel the film off the tint and spray the tint with the soapy water (There is film on both sides of the tint. Make sure you peel the film off the sticky side and spray). (Keep the top layer of film in tact for now as it will protect the tint from getting scratched as you are manipulating and stretching it) Place the film in place with your hand and rub and stretch it with your hand so you remove most of the bubbles. Next, use your tool (credit card w/ cloth wrapped around it or something similar) to further remove any bubbles. If you find you need to lift and adjust the tint go ahead and do so but make sure to respray the light and tint. Now cut the film so it is the right shape and size. Now with the tint the right size you should be able to push all the bubbles out from under the tint. Before you move on to the next step, try to get the tint as near to perfect as possible. Once you apply the heat it becomes more difficult to push any water out from underneath the tint. Next, grab your heat gun, turn it on a low setting and hold about 8 - 12 inches from the surface of the light. You will see the vinyl start to adhere like shrink wrap around the light. Don't over heat or the tint will bubble up or become dis-formed when you are stretching it.. Lightly continue to press the bubbles out with your tool. You will get a feel for when you should remove the heat. And continue to remove the bubbles and applying heat as needed. Once you are satisfied you have removed all the bubbles, remove the top layer of film from the tint. You're all done. Again, this takes practice so be prepared to have to apply more than once until you get it right.
I will update with more pictures once I get it perfect.
Do it on a practice part if you have enough material.
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