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- Style:Headlamp kit
- Part #:H2511
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XPEL Headlight Protection Part #H2511 Customer Reviews
5 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Christopher J (Bellevue, WA) Reviewed for a 2001 Porsche 911 — Mar 19, 2017 2:01 PM
Installation is easy enough, easier than I expected.. I was using heat gun on low to shape to contour and while shaping it with the squeegee the material bubbled up and cracked. I finished the install thinking maybe it would disappear, but the film peeled up at area so I had to remove it. Maybe my error somehow. Oh well. Didn't install other side yet, probably won't.
Reviewed by David B (CHESAPEAKE, VA) — Aug 03, 2016 1:12 PM
Bought three sets. They were pretty easy to install, using all the directions given. All the air bubbles that could not be smoothed out during installation soon disappeared after about two weeks, just like the directions stated. Time will tell if they are as effective as stated. I have not installed on one of the vehicles yet because I'm waiting for replacement. I cannot find any for my 2015 Ford Edge yet. Need to know when they become available.
Reviewed by Kevin H (Saratoga, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Porsche 911 — Nov 11, 2014 5:49 PM
The material is not tremendously thick and really invisible unless you are looking for it. I did end up with some excess moisture under the "film", but I am confident that it will dissipate over time. I am certain that it will provide great protection from debris and hopefully yellowing of the lens, but that I will only know years from now.
Reviewed by Jeff W (LITTLETON, MA) Reviewed for a 2004 Porsche 911 — Oct 07, 2013 4:28 PM
I used Mothers headlight restoration kit first and it worked beautifully. Just like new again. To protect the plastic from UV rays which will degrade the plastic, I used the xpel headlight protection film to protect the lens. The instructions say squeegee the liquid from the middle outward to the edges. This is incorrect. The best method ended up being pull away the backing paper as you squeegee the liquid in the Same direction as the backing paper pull direction. This worked perfectly.