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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by meledson View Post
    May nakaranas na parang nag pepeel ang headlight? Sa clear plastic part.
    ...parang may skin disease ang headlight?

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by meledson View Post
    May nakaranas na parang nag pepeel ang headlight? Sa clear plastic part.
    the coating has been compromised, its oxidizing now. some can do restoration and protection for your headlight.

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    ...parang may skin disease ang headlight?
    It's common on a plastic headlight. It's an anti-UV coating to protect the plastic from early deterioration or very fine cracks when always exposed to sunlight and harsh weather. But as it aged and being exposed to weather, the coating peels off gradually. You may restore the coating to prolong the life of the plastic as long as there's no cracks yet. To preserve the shiny and clear look of your new headlight plastic lens, always park in a shaded area when ever possible or you may cover it to protect from direct sunlight.

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    #44
    ^ si bro ninjababez expert sa pag restore ng headlights. kaya niya iyan

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    ^ si bro ninjababez expert sa pag restore ng headlights. kaya niya iyan
    si dr. d, tamad.
    bumibili lang siya ng kapalit na headlights. taiwan pah...
    heh heh.

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by meledson View Post
    May nakaranas na parang nag pepeel ang headlight? Sa clear plastic part.
    Like tint, headlamp protective film should ideally be among a plastic-lensed car's 1st mods. This will prevent scratches & premature oxidation. The good ones are self-healing, too. Should they go blurry? Just peel & repeat. Lenses will loooong remain virgins.All-new 2019 Honda City (5th Gen)

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Like tint, headlamp protective film should ideally be among a plastic-lensed car's 1st mods. This will prevent scratches & premature oxidation. The good ones are self-healing, too. Should they go blurry? Just peel & repeat. Lenses will loooong remain virgins.All-new 2019 Honda City (5th Gen)

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    Saan ba mabibili yan sir, pwede ba e DIY? Is it easy to install or should be done by professionals?

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    #48
    ganito nalang travs
    diy

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by restituto View Post
    Saan ba mabibili yan sir, pwede ba e DIY? Is it easy to install or should be done by professionals?
    I've tried DIY w/ LaminX pre-cut(make/model specific). Not difficult once you get the hang of it after the 1st try.
    Lamin-x Protective Films : Headlight, Tail Light and Fog Light Protection
    That colleague's Jimny was done by a bud who started out wrapping his own car for kicks. Requests from friends piled up...dropped his day job & set up shop. Glad to have witnessed his fairytale.All-new 2019 Honda City (5th Gen)

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