Polycarbonate, or the material used by most headlight manufacturers come with an ultraviolet (UV) protective coating. Due to exposure to the elements (i.e. UV rays) and road debris, the coating is degraded over time. The headlights are rendered cloudy and yellow. Depending on the degree of degradation, this may reduce headlight clarity by as much as 90%.
Far from saving money, opting to personally replace foggy headlights might earn the budget conscious individual a more costly trip to the local garage because of the complexity of swaping in a new housing.
To service the professional with customers consumer looking for improved headlight performance, Applied Colors has come out with HeadlightPro™
The sealant “seals the deal” providing additional protection against UV rays and weather damage. Contrary to some misconceptions, not all headlight polishes restore lenses to their seemingly just-out-of-
In 2003, Robert Keppel, Applied Colors President, started out Ace Car Reconditioning (auto body, interior and paintless dent repair, detailing, etc.) Time consuming color-matching and costly touch-up kits were taking their toll. In 2006, they found their niche with their innovative and affordable do-it-yourself kits targeting businesses which were operating on a limited budget, a small work area and couldn’t spare much time for learning.
About Applied Colors
Their goal: “to sell affordable, easy-to-learn equipment that makes your reconditioning business more competitive and profitable.”
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