- X-Pel Headlight Protection is custom-made for your specific year, make and model
- Pressed, polished thermoplastic material safeguards your headlights and your wallet from expensive light replacements
- X-Pel Headlight Protection has been tested to withstand 1oz. stones fired as fast as 120mph!
- Clear thermoplastic film preserves the look of your headlights and their performance, too
- Protected by UV-inhibitors to prevent clouding and yellowing
- X-Pel Headlight Protection is the clear alternative to bulky headlight guards that conceal your lights
- Headlight protection film installs fast, using a 3M adhesive backing for a tight fit
- Available in an array of colored tints to achieve a custom look
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Your X-Pel Headlight Protection carries 5-year guarantee
Safeguard your headlights without impeding light output or hiding their great looks. X-Pel Headlight Protection is the clear way to stop lens-cracking enemies from creating a hefty replacement bill of more than $300 per light.
The secret to X-Pel's headlight protectors is pressed, polished thermoplastic that's custom-cut to the exact dimensions of your lights. This material boasts an incredibly clear finish that uses advanced UV-inhibitors to stop yellowing and clouding. Available in an array of tints to achieve a stellar, customized-look. Beyond looks, your clear headlight protection film can take a punch, including 1oz. stones fired at 120mph!
Each X-Pel 3M headlamp protector installs fast, too. Just carefully line the film up over your lights and press down. The pre-applied 3M adhesive backing does the rest to keep your X-Pel Headlight Protection in place.
You also get clear peace of mind from an incredible warranty. X-Pel is so confident in their product, they back it with a 5-year guarantee.
- Yellow, Blue and Smoke tinted protectors are not compliant with DOT and are intended for off-road use only.
X-Pel Headlight Protection Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Mike H (Denver, CO) — Oct 20, 2016 8:27 PM
installed on a 13 WRX and it was a pain - it would be impossible without using a heat gun or hair dryer. ...and how I have moisture under the film for over a week - supposedly goes away soon.
Reviewed by Garrett A (TALLAHASSEE, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Mustang — Oct 14, 2016 8:15 PM
Did a lot of research before going with the Xpel brand headlight protection film. This stuff is awesome. Extremely tough, very thick, easy to apply, and the adhesive is like nothing I've ever seen, super sticky. I did run into one issue with the set I received but I contacted Xpel directly and they shipped me out a replacement set no questions asked and no hoops to jump through. Xpel has a quality product and some excellent customer service to back it up too!
Reviewed by Charlie H (Clinton Township, MI) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Taurus — Oct 08, 2016 8:55 AM
The oldest X-Pel headlight film protector I have is on my 2007 Mustang GT which I installed in 2006. It still looks brand new to this day and has protected the polycarbonate lens from bugs, rocks, and UV radiation. I'd just apply 303 to the surface whenever I detail it. I just installed these on my 2014 Taurus SHO and used a heat gun with patience. I still ended up with micro bubbles and silvering at a raised and curved part. The more curved/raised, the harder it is to install.
Reviewed by Matt B (Wantage, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 21, 2016 8:22 AM
I had a terrible experience trying to install this kit on my Tacoma. I followed the installation instructions and videos to T, with use of my Dewalt heat gun, and ended up with 'fingers' on the edges which would not stay down, wrinkle areas, and a crooked film placement, which did look ok while it was getting placed. The problem with XPel is that customers are not informed of potentional challenges when installig with large areas that include wrapping the film. Too thick. $40 in the trash.
Reviewed by Robert B (Fort Worth, TX) — Sep 17, 2016 12:04 PM
I use these on all three of our vehicles, however there was a bug that managed to stain the film and I haven't been able to get the stain out. Otherwise they seems to help keep your headlamps looking fresh and not getting cloudy by protecting them. Installation isn't all that fun and I have learned that it may take up to 3 or 4 weeks during a hot summer before all of the bubbles under the film are gone.
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