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Eurostyle 05-27-2007 02:53 PM

Headlight re-finishing at Eurostyle
 
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We are proud to introduce our newest service at Eurostyle Design Inc;

Now there is a solution for those faded plastic headlights! Get ride of the yellow, worn out look of your car's headlights without expensive replacement! We can get them re-finished and looking new again! It also works for removing scratches from accidents etc (depending on how bad they are). The results are simply amazing and have to be seen in person. It improves not only the look of your car, but the efficiency of the headlight (for safety). The introductory offer is only $80/set, for Maxbimmer members only! Call for more details, or drop by to see the difference in person!

mirek 05-28-2007 12:47 AM

lol. 15 minutes, and plastic polish, anyone can do it themselves.

Eurostyle 05-28-2007 01:36 AM

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Originally Posted by mirek
lol. 15 minutes, and plastic polish, anyone can do it themselves.

I have tryed those....never gets as shiny, and it fades again in a few months...You get what you pay for...

Soldo 05-28-2007 02:49 AM

Isn't it just cheaper to pick up a set of headlights in good condition. They sell for -/+ $50 and usually are in pretty good (like new) shape for that price.

Eurostyle 05-28-2007 03:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Soldo
Isn't it just cheaper to pick up a set of headlights in good condition. They sell for -/+ $50 and usually are in pretty good (like new) shape for that price.

Depends what car you have, E36's are cheap, others not so much! And for $50 you wont get much...in good condition anyways...I sell E36's for $50 each and they all sell out...

mirek 05-28-2007 04:04 PM

Just curious, are you going to start refinishing wheels now too?

325isRED 05-28-2007 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by mirek
Just curious, are you going to start refinishing wheels now too?

Why are you being aggressive? There is nothing wrong with broadening his services...

Eurostyle 05-29-2007 04:45 AM

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Originally Posted by mirek
Just curious, are you going to start refinishing wheels now too?


I sure can!!! But you cant pay me enaugh!!!;)

Eurostyle 05-29-2007 05:02 AM

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Originally Posted by 325isRED
Why are you being aggressive? There is nothing wrong with broadening his services...

Because some people have nothing better to do!
Canadian Tire offers the same service (highly doubt its the same quality) for $45/each+taxs. Maybe he should send them a complaint letter!:huh?:

As in every service, time is $$$...some people have better things to do then fix things on cars. Thats whey we are here! Its like getting a coffee at Tim Hortons; you can pay the $1.24... or grinde your own beans, and boil some water...for $0.24...But damn i'm glad i dont have to deal with that in the morning!*wave*

UltimateDriv 05-29-2007 10:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Eurostyle
Because some people have nothing better to do!
Canadian Tire offers the same service (highly doubt its the same quality) for $45/each+taxs. Maybe he should send them a complaint letter!:huh?:

As in every service, time is $$$...some people have better things to do then fix things on cars. Thats whey we are here! Its like getting a coffee at Tim Hortons; you can pay the $1.24... or grinde your own beans, and boil some water...for $0.24...But damn i'm glad i dont have to deal with that in the morning!*wave*

true that!!!

i myself, dont mind a lil hard work though. Especially for my car. Not that it matters in this case, my headlights are glass.

JUS_CRZN 06-17-2007 09:19 AM

I have polished e36 headlight myself useing micromesh kits. I can tell you to get those results posted here is alot of work. For $80 I would never have done it myself. Bump for eurostyle looks good.

mint 07-04-2007 03:46 PM

Has anybody gone to get their lights cleaned recently? If so how did it turn out, and estimation wise how long u think they will look mint for?

Cheers

Vicman17 08-22-2007 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by mint
Has anybody gone to get their lights cleaned recently? If so how did it turn out, and estimation wise how long u think they will look mint for?

Cheers

I've done it myself and it's not an easy job. It's time consuming. With today's plastic and Lexan headlight lenses, this needs to be done every few years. Hand applying PlastX alone won't cut it.
It's great that Eurostyle provides this service 'coz a lot of folks out there just don't have the time or tools to do it.*th-up*

Qube 12-31-2007 01:15 AM

Work on normal wear pitted, facelifted e39 lens as well?

Eurostyle 12-31-2007 04:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Qube (Post 1093496)
Work on normal wear pitted, facelifted e39 lens as well?

It works on almost anything! I'll be re-finishing the lights on my Grand Cherokee in a week or so, you should stop by the see the before/after results!*wave*


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