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E-Tech Lens Tint Remover Spray 150ml

E-Tech Lens Tint Remover Spray 150ml

£8.50

incl. VAT, plus delivery
In stock
Delivery time: 2 day(s)

Description

E-Tech Lens Tint Remover Spray 150ml


The E-TECH Lens Tint Remover is specially formulated to remove the E-TECH lens tinting spray from the lenses that it has been applied to and restore the surface to the original clear finish*.


Features:


Removes Lens Tinting Spray


Restores surface to original clear finish*


Very Important – Please Read All THE BELOW BEFORE USE


Ensure the light lens you are working on and the can are at room temperature before use (ideally approximately 17°C to 21°C). Do not apply in temperatures below 55°F (13°C).


Using a detergent such as washing-up liquid thoroughly clean the light lens you are going to apply the remover to. Ensure all traces of polish, wax, silicone, dirt and dust are completely removed. Rinse with water and dry. Only after the lens is clean and thoroughly dry can you apply the remover spray. This specially developed product has been produced for the removal of E-TECH Lens Tint only.


CAN PREPERATION BEFORE USE


Carefully remove the lid from the can with a screwdriver, levering it off using the slot provided.


Pull the spray nozzle off the can to reveal the plastic transport collar.


Carefully lever the collar from the can and then replace nozzle. The can is now able to propel the lens tint remover.


Shake can for 30 seconds before use.


LENS TINT REMOVAL SPRAY INSTRUCTIONS


If the lens on your vehicle is damaged, oxidised, scratched or cracked there is a possibility that the remover when applied will react with the lens tint. Prolonged UV exposure and weathering will damage polycarbonate light lens surfaces, especially as the vehicle ages.


* We recommend you carry out a compatibility test, however you should do this on a small area (golf ball size) of the lens that will have been exposed to UV and weathering conditions. This will give you an accurate example of what will happen when you apply the remover.


* If during the compatibility test the lens becomes cloudy/frosted then stop immediately. DO not apply any more remover. (If there is a reaction it will be confined to a small area as instructed).


* To get the lens back to a clear state you will need to use a fine cutting compound and a buffing wheel. Any reputable body shop should be able to advise you how to do this, or look on-line.


If your compatibility test is successful and there is no reaction then proceed as follows.


Lightly spray the lens with the removal spray and wipe over the area in a single direction with a clean soft cloth. Do not use with an abrasive cloth. Turn cloth over and wipe dry. Repeat process as necessary until the lens is clean. Change the cloth regularly to avoid contamination.