Moisture-Absorbing Desiccants

Silica Gel Moisture Packs


PART #: 1 x A270

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Product Details

Helfpul: Even a drop of moisture can fog up a headlight lens when mixed with heat. By adding some silica packs in the underbelly of your headlight housings though, you can help prevent that mess before it happens. These 10 gram packets can absorb any ambient water vapor within 2 hours, and will stay dry even at maximum saturation.

Recommended: Sold in pairs, we recommend one pair per headlight for the best results. One near the housing caps, one on the bottom of the headlight.

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Product Specs

  • What's Included

  • Desiccant: 4x 10 Gram Silica Gel Moisture Packs

  • Satisfaction: From Moisture-Free Headlights!

  • Warranty: N/A

  • Compatibility

  • CUSTOM HEADLIGHTS: Great for helping to reduce the risk of moisture

  • Standing Water: Will not remove standing water

  • Tech Specs

  • Capacity: 100g

  • Weight: 10g

  • Function: Absorbs Moisture

Product Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

Moisture? Be gone!

Dao Vang

Have moisture build up in your headlights after a retrofit? Especially after washing your vehicle?

Look no further than these!

Solved my problem with ease!

I used new butyl to seal headlights but still had moisture problems.

After shoving 1 into each headlight, never saw moisture ever again!

I have them inside every headlight that I work on.

My personal vehicle has it in the headlights and the foglights.

No regrets on getting these.

It's a must have for peace of mind regardless if the headlight was not building condensation before opening them up.

I simply pull off my bulb boot and shove them behind the reflector bowl and done deal.

Didn't have to pull off headlights or bake them open.