Chevrolet Camaro Headlight and Taillight Covers
When you’re looking to protect the glass surfaces of your Camaro lights, then covers your answer. Not only will simple tint-based covers work well to protect the light surfaces from damage and weather, but there are more solid headlight covers that will add protection. Overall, there are three types of Chevrolet Camaro headlight and taillight covers to choose from: tint, grid, and solid headlight covers.What is the point of Camaro headlight and taillight covers?
The chief purpose of Chevrolet Camaro headlight and taillight covers are to protect the glass surface of your headlights so that they retain their freshly manufactured look for a longer period of time. With this in mind, here are the primary advantages of using one of these products on your Chevrolet:
- Style: The Camaro is widely considered one of the more stylish cars on the road, and a pair of taillight covers will add a degree of tint to the taillights of the vehicle. This shaded look is favored by many Camaro enthusiasts, and it’s also very simple to install one of these parts to your car. If you want your vehicle to have taillight covers that look enshrouded in smoke, then smoke styled options can be found.
- Scratch protection: No matter which type of cover you use, having an external layer on your taillight will ensure that your car’s lights will have a layer of scratch protection. This means that the taillight covers will serve as a type of armor for your taillight assembly.
- Weather protection: Additionally, a good taillight cover also protects your lights from the harshest of weather conditions. When there’s salt on the roads during winter, this salt can cause pitting on your headlights and taillights, which is why a dedicated cover can be advantageous.
When you want to install a tinted set of taillight or headlight covers, the process is fairly simple. Most of these types of covers come in kits so that you can install the covers quickly. Here’s how to go about installation:
- Thoroughly clean away any dirt, dust, or debris that has accumulated on the surface of your lights. You can use strong detergent or some simple soapy water to clear the surface. Get all of the edges and ensure that there’s no accumulation in the crevices. Dry when finished.
- Most kits will have a spray bottle with filtered water. Use this to make the surface of the light moist but not overly wet.
- Separate the cover from its liner and line it up as closely as possible with the taillight of your Camaro. These covers will usually have tabs that extend past the edge of the light. Spray the surface with the sprayer and squeegee the entire surface so that bubbles are pushed out.
- Cut off the tabs on the covers.