Step By Step Instructions

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Step 1

With the 6” paper and tape, cover-up all around the headlight area. Tape down the edges of paper so the wind cannot blow paper around. Apply 2 layers of tape around edge of headlight for added protection.

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Step 2

First take the sanding block, sanding the entire surface of the headlight. Some headlights will just have a “yellow layer,” others will have a “cloudy layer.” Both have to be completely sanded-off in this sanding process.

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Step 3

Then take a sheet of 600 grit sandpaper water-sanding the entire headlight surface smooth until the “balling-up” on sandpaper no longer appears.

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Step 4

Then take a sheet of 1000 grit sand-paper wet-sanding entire headlight smooth. The more you sand with 600 and 1000 grits, the better the end-results will produce!

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Step 5

Then take the white rag and clean the entire headlight surface of dust, lightly wipe-off the dust on the headlight surface. Wipe and clean entire surface!

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Step 6

Next take the “Headlight Renew” spray can from your box and shake for 3-4 minutes.

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Step 7

Using the spray can, spray an even “semi-gloss-coat” over entire headlight surface using sweeping left to right motion. Allow 1st coat to dry approx. 2-3 minutes.* Then apply a second gloss-coat coat evenly over entire surface. Refer to website video for applying UV Ray protective Sealant process!(You may want to practice spraying a small amount on a board before applying Sealant to the headlight.)

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Step 8

If a “cloudiness” appears in spray, use a hairdryer or a heatgun and apply hot-air on headlight for 30 seconds and “cloudiness” will disappear!

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Step 9

Proceed to 2nd headlight and repeat process beginning with Step # 1. Allow both headlights to let dry for about 5 minutes, and then remove all tape and paper carefully from your automobile using caution not to touch headlights. For best results: 1st coat is semi-gloss coat, 2nd coat is the gloss-coat!

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