using the spray mixture go and wet your hands and fingers, this keeps your fingers from sticking to the film back. Peel the protective paper off and hose the entire back of it with spray.
Next center your film on the headlight adhesive side down and touch just the center. You will be working from the center out on a domed headlight to control any bubbles. on a flat headlight you can work from one side to the other.
now spray the outside of the film to allow the squeegee or fingers to glide on the surface. I did NOT use the squeegee as they do not work well on a dome. Using my fingers and taking my time I worked from the middle on out.
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The spray mix also makes the adhesive not as hardcore when its still "wet", it goes back to its aggressiveness as the stuff evaporates off or is squeezed off. So your choice is either have it be very aggressive and risk air bubbles or have it wet and take your time. Your call. Just working from the middle out it will start to stick nicely and as you get to the edge you will start to get "pinches". Work the middle of each pinch to make it into 2 smaller ones and repeat till its done. You may have to hold the pinch down for a few sec to allow the adhesive to stick well.
Done, it looks like this. No hairdrier or heat was used. Mind you some heat would make it a LOT quicker.
And done you have applied some serious protection to your headlights from rocks and road damage.
I also HIGHLY recommend helpers with all of your installs. If you are in the norfolk,VA and would like one of my assistants to help you will all of your JK needs I have some available to keep.
(they need a good home)
Now for the test video.