Question: Can you restore headlights that have been clear coated? Answer: Yes, you can restore headlights that have been clear coated. If the coating is difficult to remove with the 320 grit. Then move to the 180 grit and work your way up to the 3000 grit. Make sure the swirl marks are removed at […]
Quesiton: Should you wear gloves during a repair. Answer: Short answer is yes. Why, Most resins have acrylic acid in them. This is an acid that will eat through skin. Some technicians are more susceptible than others. We recommend using Nitrile gloves or Derma Shield Mousse. Nitrile gloves work well. They can tear and […]
Question: What is the recommended temperature to repair laminated glass? Answer: It is best to repair laminated glass at temperatures ranging from 70 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Question: How long does the Infinity coating last when applied to the headlights lenses? Answer: The Infinity coating lasts 1 to 2 years. Contributing factors are climate conditions, location, and vehicle storage.
Question: When I apply the Infinity coating it is leaving streaks. How can I apply without causing streaks? Answer: Make sure your coating is evenly applied to the applicator. Use long consistent strokes when applying. Overlapping each stroke slightly. Do not allow your applicator to become dry. Do not stop in the middle of […]
Question: How many sets of headlights can I restore with one bottle of Infinity? Answer: One bottle of Infinity coating will coat 15 vehicles on average.
Question: Do Delta Kits windshield repair systems come fully assembled and operational? Answer: Yes, all of our systems are fully assembled and ready to use. They contain access to video’s and written manuals.
Question: What size bur do you recommend for general chip repair? Answer: The 26020 Tapered Carbide Bur is “Delta’s Choice” for general chip repair because we feel it functions as the best all-around bur. It is a fast-cutting, extremely durable, tapered bur that can be used in just about any situation that might come up. […]
Question: How can I get my carbide burs to last longer? Answer: To extend the life and increase the cutting action, use a cigarette lighter to burn off any residue that remains on the bur after each repair. This alone will double the number of holes you can expect from the average carbide bur. Using […]
Question: Why do drill bits or carbide burs sometimes break just as they penetrate the first layer of glass? Answer: The most common reason drill bits or carbide burs sometimes break is that the technician is drilling all the way through the first layer of glass, which is not recommended. Dull drill bits are also […]