Product does what the sticker says. As such it is a good product. The light production on the main beams (obviously) decreases so keep that in mind.
Also when applying the covers, don’t overdo it with the water. Helps to move the cover but especially when could it takes a long time for the water to evaporate behind the film.
All in all a good product.
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Yellow Headlight Film
December 13, 2017
1992 Mazda Miata I recently put Hella H4 e-codes on my Miata, and wanted to protect them from rock chips and potential cracks. I decided to go with yellow for that sweet JDM look. The application was super easy; however, I did take the complete headlight housings out of my car. In my opinion, this made the application process even easier. No trimming was required, as the bezel covered up the tabs and extra film. Other than that, I followed all the application instruction, using a light mist of water on the headlights before applying the film. It was very easy to reapply the film for good placement. The sizing was perfect, and after only a week, all but the smallest bubbles have worked their way out of the film. Overall, the light from the headlights was dimmed slightly over the uncovered h4s. Even so, the headlights are still significantly brighter than the stock sealed beam units, and look amazing. I will definitely be ordering more for my fog lights in the future.