What You Need To Know About Your Replacement Fog Light Cover
Almost everything about your vehicle requires effort, from installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Finding the right fog light cover shouldn't be too hard. Reading customer feedback and product guides should give you an idea about how good a product is. Here are a few tidbits about the Replacement fog light cover that could help you:
What sets it apart: Although materials for fog light covers vary, like steel or fabric, what sets Replacement fog light covers is that they are made of sturdy ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic. This makes the fog light cover togh enough to resist general impact. They make effective protective gears for your fog lights as they can withstand attacks from pebbles and debris on the road. Although, with time, ABS-made fog light covers have a tendency to be damaged by sunlight, they still show impressive resilience against low temperatures
Where it fits: Replacement fog light covers are made to "meet" OEM standards. This means they have almost the same specifications as your old vehicle's parts and are likely to fit the same way your old fog light covers did. With three colors to choose from: black, dark gray or primered, you can pick the color that best fits your vehicle.
How to maximize your Replacement fog light covers: Like every protective gear in your vehicle, fog light covers are susceptible the usual wear and tear caused by the amount of brunt force. Essentially, the fog light covers prevent pebbles and debris from destroying your fog lights by taking in the damages. So instead of finding the scratches and cracks on your fog lights, you see them on the covers. To prolong the service life of your Replacement fog light covers, watch where you're driving and avoid rough roads. In addition, the covers are detachable so make sure you remove them once in a while. Inspect the covers and watch for nicks and scratches. You can use a wet 320-grit sandpaper to get rid of the nicks and scratches. If the scratch is too deep, you can melt a separate ABS plastic and apply it on the nicked part then polish the fog light cover with 400-grit sandpaper