Tinted headlights and taillights are a fantastic choice when it comes to both functionality and aesthetic. They make your vehicle look great among other cars, reduce glare during nighttime driving and many other benefits. Though to ensure your investment continues to shine it’s important to provide proper care for your tinted light. In this blog post we will share three important tips with you on how to maintain your tinted headlights and taillights.
It’s important to gently clean your tinted headlights and taillights. Do not use any harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning tools. Make sure to also avoid high-pressure washes. The force of the water can potentially damage the tint. Instead, clean your tinted lights using a mild automotive soaps with water to clean the surface of the headlights and taillights. Do this while cleaning with a soft microfiber cloth.
Avoid Parking in Direct Sunlight
Constantly parking your vehicle in direct sunlight can cause your tinted headlights and taillights to fade. Whenever possible, park your vehicle in a shaded area to protect your lights. If not, over the course of time the film on your lights will fade making your lights not look as great anymore.
Pay Attention to the Film Edges
When you get your headlights and taillights tinted make sure to keep an eye out for the film’s edges. These are the areas that are most susceptible to peeling. They need to be completely adhered to the lights. Keeping a constant eye on them will help you make sure you contact a professional immediately before the peeling gets out of hand.
Tinted headlights and taillights are an excellent choice to make if you want to personalize your car and stand out. Though it’s important you maintain them properly so that your investment lasts you a long time. We hope these tips we shared with you help you do that. Of course if you have any questions please contact us. Or if you’re interested in getting tinted headlights and taillights give us a call at Original Graphic Wraps at (586)842-1551 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.