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This isn't just thin laminate over top, this is a hard plastic cover over entire headlight area
 

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This isn't just thin laminate over top, this is a hard plastic cover over entire headlight area
not according to weather tech website....

"LampGard is made of a high-performance polyurethane film that is virtually invisible and applies directly to the lamp surface."
 

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Is it worth buying these on a Passport or has Honda's manufacturing/materials changed? My Pilot had the worst looking headlights when I traded it in after 12 years.
 

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2017 Ridgeline owners are starting to notice hazy effect on the lens. People effected so far leave the vehicle out side all the time. Weather tech covers might be something get if you don't garage your Passport.

 

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Ditto to what Steven said. I’ve got the XPel on my headlights too.
 

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Anyone tried WeatherTech headlight covers?
Seems like a decent idea.

I installed the Weathertech lamp protection kit on my 2020 Passport just after I bought it new. It has been about 18 months now and there are no marks from small rock impacts that have gotten through the film. They mention it self heals to some extent when in the sun and it really does. Keep in mind it will not protect the lamp from all objects that strike the lense. Time will tell if it protects the clear coat on the lamps from UV damage. It can be difficult to do properly if you have not had some practice installing protective film.
 

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Harsh chemicals, abrasive towels/sponges/automatic car washes, sun/uv exposure. Those are the enemies. Keep in mind, you dig into the surface w/ a "headlight restore kit" you're going to abrade the top layers off which is where the uv protected layers are. It'll look better for a while then return worse.
 
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2017 Ridgeline owners are starting to notice hazy effect on the lens. People effected so far leave the vehicle out side all the time. Weather tech covers might be something get if you don't garage your Passport.

I really feel bad for the folks who have no garage or even a carport to protect their vehicles. It is a shame they have to expose their new vehicle to the elements and human animals 24/7. But then again, the inside of some home garages have never had a car parked in them. I guess the junk in the garage is of more value than the vehicle(s):confused:
 

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I got the headlight covers from Lamin-X. They fit like a champ (as long as you take your time)
I have them on the fog lights as well. Money well spent.
 
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