Headlight Sealant Info **READ ME**

Discussion in 'Detailing, Paint, Interior, Show mods' started by honda_dude, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. kn0x47

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    That's the same sealer that CustomLightz used on my headlights.
     
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    Uh where do they sell these sealants?? Would say Kragen or Home Depot have them? and great list, been looking for what sealants to use Thx!!
     
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    Get honda bond...same exact **** thats already on your headlights. I personally just sealed mine up with it...its great easy and will do the job and even better its oem. Scored mine from www.inlinefour.com $15.00

    But if you decide to use sillicone you can find that stuff at kragen/autozone etc etc.
     
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    For the lazy ones: http://inlinefour.com/oemhoho.html
     
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    Don't use Silicone. The fumes can cause your headlamps to haze over or even blow bulbs. Butyl Rubber or Honda Bond is the only way to go.
     
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    funny thing i was jus about to post a thread on this because im having the same problem with my black housing took out the hids worried they'd get wet or something. I did the whole blow dryer thing & sealant, but i didnt work perfectly, im gonna try again this time with that stuff that comes in new shoes hopefully it'll work if not, back to stocks or new black ones
     
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    My local dealership sales itit for 15 bucks honda bond
     
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    people say don't use silicone but on the Hondabond tube it says "High-temp. silicone liquid gasket" **** I'm confused.... :lawl:
     

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