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Husky Liners Headlight Lens Protectors for the 2010 Toyota Matrix

Husky Liners Headlight Lens Protectors

Code:   HL07927

Retail:$50.95

Price:$33.95


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Husky Shield Headlight Protectors - 1 Pair - 2010 Toyota Matrix

Keep your headlights looking their best for the long haul. These durable, UV-resistant guards help prevent damage caused by rocks, road debris, salt and oxidation, all of which reduce brightness and overall effectiveness of your Toyota Matrix's lights.

Features:

  • 8-mil-Thick, impact-resistant urethane film helps to prevent damage to headlight lenses
    • Guards against road debris, salt, sand and oxidation caused by UV rays
  • Custom-made, pre-cut pieces perfectly fit your Toyota Matrix's headlights
    • Virtually invisible film maintains sleek, factory look
  • Fast, easy installation with included tools and instructions
  • Made in USA
  • 5-Year limited warranty


Layout of Husky Shield headlight protectors on Toyota Matrix

Note: The glowing outlines in the image above show how the included headlight guards are formed and where they will install on your Toyota Matrix's headlamp assemblies. The headlights on your Toyota Matrix should resemble those pictured above.


Every day your headlights face the damaging effects of rocks, sand, dirt and road debris. In the winter, they may take a beating from salt-laden slush. And all day long, they suffer from exposure to harsh UV rays. With Husky Shield headlight guards, this damage can be a thing of the past. The impact-resistant urethane material is thin and flexible enough to glide easily onto your Toyota Matrix's headlights, yet it is thick and durable enough to withstand rocks and flying debris. The film also has UV inhibitors that minimize the oxidation caused by sunlight, preventing yellowing of the lenses.


Installation

Note: It is recommended that you apply Husky Shield headlight guards after polishing your lenses. Most polishing kits on the market work to remove damage, but they also remove the thin, hard-coat protective layer that sits atop acrylic and polycarbonate lenses. Applying this urethane film over just-polished headlights will seal the lenses while they look their best and prevent future damage by creating an impact- and UV-resistant barrier.


Husky Shield Installation Solution

After thoroughly cleaning your headlight lenses, apply the included solution to one of the lenses, to your hands and to the film itself. This solution not only lets you easily position the guards on your lights, but it also keeps the film free from fingerprints and other contaminants. The film must remain wet throughout the installation process to ensure proper placement.



Husky Shield Squeegee

Once you have the protector in place on the headlight lens, set the film by squeegeeing out the solution. Make sure that the outside of the film remains saturated during this process so that the included application card can slide smoothly along its surface. If you are not happy with the position of the film, gently peel it back while wetting the adhesive side with additional solution, and reset.




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