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Ready for an auto lighting retrofit, but don’t know how to seal headlights after installing the new components? Not sure what to use to seal headlights that will last? TRS team member Matt demonstrates how to re-seal headlights with our OCI Butyl Rubber Glue for a perfect moisture-free seal.
What to Use
To seal headlights back up during a retrofit, it’s important to use the right adhesive. In many cases, the glue that’s already inside the two halves of the headlight housing will do the trick. However, to ensure you get the job done right, TRS offers high-quality resealing glue that’s made of the same stuff that’s used to seal factory headlights.
How to Seal Headlights
After the restoration of the headlight components is complete, take out your roll of OCI Butyl Rubber Glue and cut two pieces the appropriate length to stretch from one end of the housing to the other. Because the glue is usually thicker than necessary, gently stretch it out to make it thinner as you apply it to the channel. Then reinstall the lens — making sure all the clips are in the correct position — and use pliers to squeeze the two sides together for a tight grip. Throw into the oven at 270° F for seven minutes and follow directions for resealing headlights after baking.
TRS is not only the leading source for high-performance automotive light products on the market, we’re also a bunch of real car guys who care about your projects and are here to help you complete them quickly and affordably. We use the products we sell on our vehicles and know the best ways to seal headlights to keep out moisture and other harmful elements.
Have a technical question about one of our products? Wondering what to use to seal headlights after restoration? Interested in placing an order? Visit us online today for more information and to view our complete product line: https://goo.gl/jxtvwJ
AIR BARRIER AND WATERPROOFING
Say goodbye to air infiltrations and water leaks, and the tricks that Mother Nature can pull with RED ZONE AIR BARRIER & WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE.
RED ZONE is designed for a wide range of residential uses. It’s great for sealing joints and openings in brick, wood, concrete, and metal surfaces. It provides maximum protection by ensuring the continuity of air barrier and waterproofing systems in all exposed areas.
RED ZONE AIR BARRIER & WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE
is a 40-mil-thick (1.0 mm) self-adhesive membrane composed of elastomeric bitumen and trilaminate woven polyethylene. It is designed as an air/vapour barrier for exterior walls and must be covered with sheathing or other finishing material. It has an easy-to-remove, silicone-treated release sheet on the self-adhesive side.
The RED ZONE AIR BARRIER & WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE is mostly used as an air / vapour barrier for door and window frames, brick flashing, roof flashing, and other jobs.
- Installs easily on most brick, wood, metal, and concrete surfaces requiring protection
- Eliminates drafts and water leaks
- High tear and puncture resistance
- Requires no special tools
- Exterior walls (except foundations)
- Door and window frames
- Around various openings such as sunrooms, skylights, etc.
- Brick flashing, roof flashing, and other construction details
- Lap joints (between strips of RESISTO WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES installed without overlaps)
RESISTO products are guaranteed against manufacturing defects and are suitable for the uses for which they are designed. SOPREMA’S liability under this warranty is limited to the replacement or reimbursement of defective products.
For more informations: www.RESISTO.ca