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Old 12-29-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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Sealing headlights

Hey guys I just ordered some new headlights and I'm ganna have to seal them...does anyone have any good methods on how to seal the really good? Need some help on this
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Anywhere u think moisture can get in, seal it with clear silicone. Geocel is a good brand, lasts long time.
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Anywhere u think moisture can get in, seal it with clear silicone. Geocel is a good brand, lasts long time.
I do it on the headlight while the headlights are off right?
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Anywhere u think moisture can get in, seal it with clear silicone. Geocel is a good brand, lasts long time.
Geocell works fantastic for sealing everything just be sure to be careful with it. A little goes a long way. We use it to seal things in roofs and the stuff is amazing.
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I do it on the headlight while the headlights are off right?
Yea while they're off. If u wet ur finger, it wont stick to your fingers. I've never sealed headlights before but lots of windows, doors, and anything else to do with construction.

After your done, stick a 16 penny nail down in tube, wrap electric tape around it to keep air out. That'll keep it from drying out, just n case you need it later down the road.
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Thx for the advice guys
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