2K Lights Clear Coat

2K Aerosol to renew brightness and transparency to any plastic, polycarbonate or makrolon car lights

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Features & Benefits

  • 2K product - higher chemical resistance than 1K products
  • 2K Aerosol Packaging - no spray gun needed, therefore no cleaning of the gun
  • Wide spray fan - spray pattern is similar to a spray gun
  • Excellent flow properties - provides perfect finish
  • Does not alter the characteristics of the plastic - retains mechanical properties of the plastic
  • High UV protection - prevents yellowing of surfaces
  • Does not pulverize with ageing - long-lasting


250 ml Transparent 86570 TDS


2K aerosol system to renew brightness and transparency to any plastic / polycarbonate / makrolon, plexiglass car lights
Will protect and restore polycarbonate plastics from yellowing after the removal of engravings or deep scratches.
Ideal for vehicles headlights, marine and camper components
Examples where a repainting is needed:
Vandalism (scratched with a rivet)
. Scratch (due to accident)
. Original finish detaching
. Opaque and yellowed by weather conditions
This system offers a good alternative to replacing the head lights, which are in many cases very expensive and the aerosol means there's no need for any special tools such as spray guns.


1. Before spraying and activating the 2K aerosol, shake the can thoroughly for 2 minutes from when the mixer balls are heard
Turn the can 180° and press the push button onto the pin in the base of the can
2. Remove the red push button from the cap
Press the red trigger head with the ball of your hand until it clicks into place
3. Turn the can upside down and place on a firm surface
4. After activating the 2K aerosol, shake can thoroughly for 2 minutes again from when the mixer balls are heard
5. Test the aerosol spray pattern first. Apply a mist coat
Then apply a closed, i.e. film-forming spray coat. No flash-off time between spray coats is necessary
6. Drying time is overnight at 20°C or after allowing a 10 minute flash off, 25-30 minutes at 60°C.