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XPEL Ultimate Protective Film (Headlight Kit)
$100 – $200
Condition
Brand New
Suitable For
All Models
Posted on: 13 Feb 2020 | Updated on : 13 Feb 2020 | 8 views

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50 Ubi Avenue 3 #03-02 Frontier S(408866)
9am - 6pm (Mon - Fri) 9am - 1pm (Sat) Closed on Sun & PHs
62972422

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Package Price:

  • Any Car Models - XPEL Headlamp Protective Film Including Fog Light
    - $100 - $200

Price listed above before 7% GST charges.


XPEL Headlamp Protection Film is non-yellowing and offers environmental resistance as well as super-gloss retention and superior optical clarity.


Show Off Your Car with Confidence.

XPEL Headlamp Protection Film is a patented high-performance self-adhesive PVC film with a polyurethane scratch resistant coating, designed to protect glass and polycarbonate lighting surfaces from the harmful effects of stone chips, abrasion and weathering. This film is exceptionally conformable when heated for ease of application over the most complex contours.


Typical Applications

Press polished polyurethane-coated PVC for stone chip and weathering protection, high wear and abrasion


Typical Industry Sectors

Automotive, motorcycle, RV, power sports, and aircraft lighting.


WHY PROTECT YOUR HEADLIGHTS?

Why Protect Your Headlights? For over 20 years, auto manufacturers have been producing cars with composite headlamp units made from either polycarbonate or acrylic materials. While these elements are great for the design aspect, they have earned the reputation for being less durable than glass and having a tendency to deteriorate over time. Polycarbonate lenses can become cloudy and discolored due to oxidation caused by harmful UV rays. While sanding or polishing the surface can buy you a small amount of time, this process actually removes the painted-on hard coat, essentially accelerating the wear and tear. In the more advanced stages, the deterioration continues into the actual plastic material of the headlight, rendering it unsalvageable and requiring total replacement.

Probably the most common issue seen with composite headlamps is the sandblasting caused by rocks, road salt, debris and sand. This pitting and cracking not only affects the appearance, but it also reduces the performance of your lights. In some extreme cases, more commonly seen with fog lights mounted near to the ground, this can actually cause the lights to crack, allowing moisture to form inside the lens.

The film is designed to protect from all of these elements. In fact, it can actually help restore lights that are showing signs of wear from pitting. Acting like a wax, the adhesive fills in the surface defects, creating a shiny consistent surface while protecting from any further damage.


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Rikecool Singapore provides high-performance films for automotive and architecture application that enhance comfort and aesthetics, while boosting energy efficiency.


Find us at:

Website: www.rikecool.com.sg
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RikecoolXpelSg/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rikecoolxpelsg/

Ad information

1571195222.jpg

Package Price:

  • Any Car Models - XPEL Headlamp Protective Film Including Fog Light
    - $100 - $200

Price listed above before 7% GST charges.


XPEL Headlamp Protection Film is non-yellowing and offers environmental resistance as well as super-gloss retention and superior optical clarity.


Show Off Your Car with Confidence.

XPEL Headlamp Protection Film is a patented high-performance self-adhesive PVC film with a polyurethane scratch resistant coating, designed to protect glass and polycarbonate lighting surfaces from the harmful effects of stone chips, abrasion and weathering. This film is exceptionally conformable when heated for ease of application over the most complex contours.


Typical Applications

Press polished polyurethane-coated PVC for stone chip and weathering protection, high wear and abrasion


Typical Industry Sectors

Automotive, motorcycle, RV, power sports, and aircraft lighting.


WHY PROTECT YOUR HEADLIGHTS?

Why Protect Your Headlights? For over 20 years, auto manufacturers have been producing cars with composite headlamp units made from either polycarbonate or acrylic materials. While these elements are great for the design aspect, they have earned the reputation for being less durable than glass and having a tendency to deteriorate over time. Polycarbonate lenses can become cloudy and discolored due to oxidation caused by harmful UV rays. While sanding or polishing the surface can buy you a small amount of time, this process actually removes the painted-on hard coat, essentially accelerating the wear and tear. In the more advanced stages, the deterioration continues into the actual plastic material of the headlight, rendering it unsalvageable and requiring total replacement.

Probably the most common issue seen with composite headlamps is the sandblasting caused by rocks, road salt, debris and sand. This pitting and cracking not only affects the appearance, but it also reduces the performance of your lights. In some extreme cases, more commonly seen with fog lights mounted near to the ground, this can actually cause the lights to crack, allowing moisture to form inside the lens.

The film is designed to protect from all of these elements. In fact, it can actually help restore lights that are showing signs of wear from pitting. Acting like a wax, the adhesive fills in the surface defects, creating a shiny consistent surface while protecting from any further damage.


1571195846.jpg

Rikecool Singapore provides high-performance films for automotive and architecture application that enhance comfort and aesthetics, while boosting energy efficiency.


Find us at:

Website: www.rikecool.com.sg
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RikecoolXpelSg/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rikecoolxpelsg/

Merchant information

50 Ubi Avenue 3 #03-02Frontier S(408866)
9am - 6pm (Mon - Fri) 9am - 1pm (Sat) Closed on Sun & PHs
62972422

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