Heatgain Posted January 19, 2009 Share Posted January 19, 2009 Dr. G, I'm adding "Headlight Restoration" to my services as a detailer and am looking for a coating for the lenses after they have been restored. By restored I mean the lenses are cleaned, wet-sanded if needed, polished, then coated for a durable protection. Does Optimum have an ideal coating for the polycarbonate lenses after restoration? I'm thinking a perfect coating would be UV absorbent, contain an anti-oxidant, be somewhat abrasion resistant, and bond with the polycarbonate for durability. I'm thinking perhaps Opti-Seal might be good choice, but I'm not sure. Is there such a product in the Optimum line, or perhaps a combination of products you can suggest? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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