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Our durable, UV-resistant headlight lens protectors help protect your vehicle's headlights from road damage caused by rocks, salt and road debris.
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WeatherTech LampGards Lens Protectors Installation - 2011 Volkswagen Golf
Male: Today on our 2011 Golf TDI, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the WeatherTech lamp guards. These are clear lens protectors, part number is WTH2014VW. This kit is going to come with three lens protectors for each side of the vehicle. One for the mirror mounted blinker, one for the headlights and one for the fog lights. The first thing we need to do is mix up some application solution. This is going to be one part of isopropyl or rubbing alcohol to three parts of water.
Husky Shield Headlight Protectors Installation - 2013 Ford F-250
Today on our 2013 Ford F250, we'll be installing the Husky Shield headlight protectors, part number HL06987. One of the first steps of this installation is we need to clean our headlights. We do this by spraying some soapy water onto the headlights and wiping it clean. Please keep in mind that whatever you do not get off will be trapped in between your headlight shield and your headlight, and will be tough to remove without damaging your shield. With our headlight still damp, we'll take the clay bar included in the kit and rub it along our headlight. Please make sure that your headlight is still damp when you rub this on, or else the clay bar will want to stick to it.
Husky Shield Headlight Protectors Installation - 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Today we'll be installing the Husky Head Lamp Guards, part number HL06417. Before beginning the installation, open up the package and make sure that the head light film guard layout supplied with the product matches the actual film that will be installed on the headlight. You'll notice the Husky Head Lamp Guard Kit, it does come with a film, an application card, some installation solution, and a clay bar. We'll also need in addition to those a 32 oz spray bottle, a blow dryer and some quality paper towels or lint free cloths. You may also want to have an extra spray bottle full of soap and water. To begin, we'll need to clean the headlight surface.
Husky Shield Headlight Protectors Installation - 2009 Dodge Ram 1500
Today on this 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 were gonna be installing a Husky Shield Headlight Guard System from Husky Liners part number HL06647.The headlight guards are a fin thats going to go over the surface of our headlights to protect them from road debris, bugs and exposure to the sun.First thing we need to do before installing the headlight guards is to prep our surface. Included with the headlight guards as well as the installation kit are small pieces of clay. These clay bars are going to be used to remove debris bugs and any embedded particles off the surface of our headlights. Weve take a spray bottle and made a soapy water solution that well use to lubricate as we run the clay across the surface to clean the headlights. Youll feel little bits of debris that are embedded in the plastic come up. Youll also feel things like bug guts and other dirt come off as you slide the clay on the surface.
WeatherTech Custom LampGuard Installation - 2008 Toyota Prius
Alright, today on this 2008 Toyota Prius, we are going to install part number WTH0138W from WeatherTech. And this is their headlight protection kit. What this item does is basically protects the lens of your headlight from bugs flying into it, bits of road tar impacting it or rocks coming off other vehicles. It just gives you a little bit more protection on the front end of your vehicle. Alright, the first thing we are going to do is we are going to start off by cleaning off the lens itself. We are going to use a solution of rubbing alcohol and water. It is basically a 4 to 1 ratio. We are going to spray it down. Get any wax, dirt, anything else on there. 0:44