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Prime Members: 4-Oz. Meguiar's Keep Clear Headlight Coating

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Amazon has for Prime Members:4-Oz. Meguiar's Keep Clear Headlight Coating (G17804) for $8.07. Shipping is free.

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  • Maintains clarity on new or restored headlights
  • Proprietary headlight coating provides durable UV protection
  • Provides headlight clarity for up to a year
  • Convenient aerosol spray application

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For Prime members - Amazon has 4 Oz Meguiar's G17804 Keep Clear Headlight Coating for $8.07. Shipping is free with Prime.

CLEAR LIGHTS: Maintains clarity on new or restored headlights
UNIQUE FORMULA: Proprietary headlight coating provides durable UV protection
A NEW LOOK: Helps keep new headlights looking like new
LASTS ALL YEAR LONG: Provides headlight clarity for up to a year
EASY TO USE: Convenient aerosol spray application

https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-G...B01M4RVVX6
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2K lasts a lot longer but it's VERY toxic to spray even if you're wearing a fancier respirator because it's so toxic that it can actually absorb through skin. Technically you're supposed to wear an air fed whole body suit when spraying 2K.

Honestly I'd rather just respray with the cheaper clearcoat once in a while, it's mildly inconvenient but at least there's no risk that you poison yourself.
Same price at Walmart without "sale"
there's plenty of inexpensive Tyvek suits you can purchase along with a 3M P100 Respirator Cartridge/Filter 60923. Sure it adds up, but I use the respirator when working on other toxic stuff around the house, including heavy duty degreaser to clean the kid's tubs and when spraying chemicals in the yard. But yeah, people get sick really bad from 2k stuff.

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Is this the blinker fluid I need?
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Thanks Op was planning on doing my headlights this weekend.
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Same price at Walmart without "sale"
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also known as …. wax
This is more like a clear coat paint (which I've heard of people successfully using for the same purpose). I think those who use that often use an adhesion promoter as well, so this may be a blend designed more for headlights as a one-step product.
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This is more like a clear coat paint (which I've heard of people successfully using for the same purpose). I think those who use that often use an adhesion promoter as well, so this may be a blend designed more for headlights as a one-step product.
So what happens in a year or 9 months down the road, do you have to sand it down again, what grit? I'm afraid doing this year after year, or 9-10 months at a time so it doesn't get a chance to get yellow, will thin out your headlight?
I was thinking of using a 2K clear coat (about $25) but forgot about the adhesion promoter you mentioned. I've used them on non-clear plastic but not sure how hazy it will make the headlight because it does leave a matte/hazy appearance.
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So what happens in a year or 9 months down the road, do you have to sand it down again, what grit? I'm afraid doing this year after year, or 9-10 months at a time so it doesn't get a chance to get yellow, will thin out your headlight?
I was thinking of using a 2K clear coat (about $25) but forgot about the adhesion promoter you mentioned. I've used them on non-clear plastic but not sure how hazy it will make the headlight because it does leave a matte/hazy appearance.
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2K lasts a lot longer but it's VERY toxic to spray even if you're wearing a fancier respirator because it's so toxic that it can actually absorb through skin. Technically you're supposed to wear an air fed whole body suit when spraying 2K.

Honestly I'd rather just respray with the cheaper clearcoat once in a while, it's mildly inconvenient but at least there's no risk that you poison yourself.
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Quote from ducki3 :
So what happens in a year or 9 months down the road, do you have to sand it down again, what grit? I'm afraid doing this year after year, or 9-10 months at a time so it doesn't get a chance to get yellow, will thin out your headlight?
I was thinking of using a 2K clear coat (about $25) but forgot about the adhesion promoter you mentioned. I've used them on non-clear plastic but not sure how hazy it will make the headlight because it does leave a matte/hazy appearance.
TIA
Did my headlights this past weekend with Cerekote headlight restoration. About $15. 3 step process. Looks great so far but I'm sure in 12-18mo I'll need to redo.
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Wet sand. Polish with a buffer and Colgate toothpaste. Take 10 mins. Lasts years.
Can you elaborate pls?
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Is this the blinker fluid I need?
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Don't buy, Tried once and sucks, didn't last long at all, made it worst than before. Use clear coat spray paint is much better and last longer. get some 2k clear coat if you want it to look amazing.
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Can you elaborate pls?
Yeah man. Headlights yellow when the UV coating wears and turns color. It deteriorates. Younsand it off till you have an opaque, but clean headlight. Then you use Colgate toothpaste on a buffer to buff out the scratches left by wet sanding. It's easy.
I use 1000 grit.
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