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X-Pel Headlight Protection Part #H2014B Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by edgar s (Alameda, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Volkswagen Golf — Apr 12, 2012 9:26 AM
The installation was pretty straight forward, but the results were not very rewarding. Even though I fallowed the direction video exactly I still have what looks like moisture (spots) between the lens and protection film. Some did go away after a few days, but some seem to be there to stay.
Reviewed by Michael B (Ottumwa, IA) — Nov 11, 2010 6:59 AM
Product is just as it has been for many years. A piece of protective plastic film to cover the headlights. And just like the last 3-4 sets, these were as difficult to install smoothly. XPel website shows videos of installation using two different techniques, wet and dry mounting. As usual, the wet mount is next to impossible to get right and as usual there are many little bubbles in the cover. Dry method came out almost perfect. But, XPel gives you an either/or guidance. Would it kill them to tell a customer which method is preferred for which installation?
Ships Between 8/23 - 8/25
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- Style:Headlamp and Fog Lamp Kit
- Part #:H2014B
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