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    Re: Using Perfect Clarity Headlight Restoration Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by Tekman00 View Post
    Would it still be beneficial to apply a coat of synthetic wax to the head lights after the UV protective spray has cured? Or is this just a wasteful extra step?
    You certainly can if you wish to, but it isn't really needed. Then again, the UV coating that comes from the factory doesn't necessarily need to be waxed, either, but doing so can only serve to prolong the protection inherent in that coating. The same would hold true with the coating in this kit; the extra protection provided by a synthetic wax/sealant can only be beneficial. If you don't mind taking the extra time to apply a sealant to your headlights (and really, how much extra time is it????), then by all means go for it!
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    Re: Using Perfect Clarity Headlight Restoration Kit

    My first time using this product ended with clear headlights but some clear coat runs (drips) on my headlights. Anyone experience this and have success in removing them without redoing the entire job?

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    Re: Using Perfect Clarity Headlight Restoration Kit

    If you are getting runs with the coating, then you are using too much product. Go over the areas with the abrasive compound and recoat them.

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    Re: Using Perfect Clarity Headlight Restoration Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by Legacy6 View Post
    My first time using this product ended with clear headlights but some clear coat runs (drips) on my headlights. Anyone experience this and have success in removing them without redoing the entire job?
    We are sorry to hear about your trouble. We would recommend starting from Step 1 and re-cleaning, and then for step 2 when spraying the coating, try to use a less product and spray evenly. If you develop a drip or run while the product is still wet, it can be wiped off, and then re-sprayed.
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