Husky Liners Husky Shield Headlite Guard Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Your vehicle's headlights are the unsung heroes of the automotive world. Facing the gritty onslaught of road debris, flying rocks, sticky bugs and the constant assault of Mother Nature, your headlights are often taken for granted, until they fail, and you're socked with a $300+ repair. So, take serious precautions with your precious peepers with the Husky Liners Husky Shield Headlite Guard.
Crafted from high-impact urethane film, Husky Shield Guards protect your headlights from the ambush of the road. Rocks, bugs, pebbles, debris, sand—you name it. Plus, the film contains UV inhibitors that block the slow, sun-baked yellowing that is so common on modern plastic headlamps.
Your Husky Headlight Guard is designed for a fast and easy install. The self-adhering urethane is computer cut just for your lights, and Husky includes all the essentials: Headlite Guard film, squeegee, installation solution and clay bar. All you need are some household tools like a spray bottle, scissors, blow dryer, paper towels, chamois and a little elbow grease. Best yet, Husky crafts this clear protection right here in the USA and they back your Headlite Guard kit with a 5-year warranty.
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Derek C (Honolulu, HI) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota 4Runner — Feb 17, 2014 7:16 PM
Online info indicated cover would fit 2014 4Runner but I doubted the info so called customer service who also indicated cover would fit 2014. Upon trying to install close but not correct fit. Hope I can return without problems.
Reviewed by Anton H (Eloy, AZ) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Durango — Sep 12, 2013 4:13 PM
Road trash, stones, etc. beat the heck out of the front of our vehicles. With plastics so common (even for headlights) damage is inevitable. The Husky Headlite Guard helps save the headlights from nicks, scratches, cracks, etc. The instructions are clear and complete. The material is on the thin side, hence prone to stretch during installation. This is a bit challenging, but can be overcome.
Reviewed by Scott H (Spokane Valley, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Jul 28, 2013 8:28 PM
I've used the Weathertech version on two previous rigs but they didn't have the right size so I tried these instead. Great quality good protection. Just make sure to keep everything soaked while installing (including your hands).