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Anyone know how to remove ion blue head light ?
I mean how to remove the color of the lens?

Because my friend which has a white Civic have ask me many time but i don;t know what to tell me so help me out guys!
 

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I dont think you can just take it off....if you sand and scratch it may come off but then you just ruined your headlight.
If he didn't like the ion blue why id he buy them?
I think your friend is pretty much stuck with it.

Could be wrong...
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Is because they have heat crack on the coating!

Is because they have heat crack on the coating!

It look good on day time it change color from yellow to blue depend where you stand!
But soon as night time come one of his head light is yellow and one is pure white
he has razo 110/130 H4!
APC told him he is runing top hot!
and said maybe paint thiner will work but he don;t want to make it even worst!

So if anyone want to get ion blue is that don;'t get them!
Everyone we know have the same probsoon as night time come one of his head light is yellow and one is pure white and heat crack
 

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APC products suck, why are u listening to them for?
If he didn't want the blue on the head light then buy some other headlights. Or he can get HID but those are around $500.
I have ShowOffs, and are about to try those Chrome looking bulbs from Raybrig.< I think that is how U spell it>:confused:
 

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it's not the blue that is buging him it is the yellow!

it's not the blue that is buging him it is the yellow!
also now the heat crack look like fog at night when the light is on!:sleep:
 

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I could possibly sell you just the clear outsides off a set of 97 civic headlights.

They are completely clear.

Smell ya later.......

mike b
 
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