Protect everything, especially your headlights

With HID, LED and laser lamps using ultra-clear polycarbonate or acrylic lenses, it’s easier than ever to see what’s in front of you on the road.

As clear and sleek as new composite headlights are, they’re also close to the road—and extremely vulnerable to damage from both debris and the sun’s UV rays.

XPEL Headlamp Protection Film has a proprietary outer skin that is nearly impossible to scuff or scratch, and an inner layer that bonds to lenses and evens out any surface imperfections. It’s thick enough to handle direct stone strikes, but still lets headlamp heat dissipate naturally.

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Headlight Protection Film

Can XPEL Be Installed On Your Vehicles Headlights And Fog Lights?

Yes. XPEL can be installed on your cars headlamps and fog lamps.

I Have Installed The Kit On My Headlights And They Looked Fine, But Now They Look Foggy. Did I Do Something Wrong?

When using the wet application technique, this is normal. The fog is the result of the alcohol/water solution evaporating from beneath the plastic. The water vapor that is produced results in a hazy appearance for several days. The haze will clear as the vapor dissipates.

Is It Best To Apply Your Light Protection Kit To The Lenses Wet Or Dry?

We have found that the wet installation yields the best-looking installation with the least amount of difficulty in most cases. On larger headlamp pieces, bubbles and improper alignment of the material are far less likely using the wet installation method. However, on smaller pieces, such as fog lamps, the dry installation method is sometimes easier. This is especially the case if the lamp is spherical in shape.

I Have The Headlamp Kit Almost Completely Applied Using The Wet Application Method, But I Can’t Seem To Get The Edges To Completely Stick Down. What Am I Doing Wrong?

It is imperative that a hairdryer or heat gun is used in this area to seal the edges. The heat serves two purposes. First, it helps evaporate the remaining alcohol/water solution from under the edges, and second it makes the plastic more pliable so that it can contour to the shape of the light. Be careful if you are using a heat gun to warm the plastic. It takes only a small amount of heat to apply the material. If you apply too much heat you can damage the surface of the plastic.

What If I Want To Remove The Headlamp Shields At A Later Date?

The removal process is just a matter of warming the plastic and peeling them off. They will require some muscle to get them off, but they normally peel off without any residue left on the lens. If any adhesive at all remains behind, it may be removed by simply rubbing it with your thumb. The adhesive will then ball up and roll off.