Dejong is a company that makes LED headlights for supercars and other off-roader vehicles.
Its headlights have been around for about 15 years.
It’s made of polypropylene, a plastic that’s light and easy to clean.
But the company had to find a way to remove its headlights.
They found an old car engine block, which was made to fit the headlights.
(CBC)”When you put a piece of metal in, the pressure of the metal will cause the paint to come off, and then you have this really strong, really strong adhesive that’s just on the outside of the plastic that it’s glued to,” said Andrew Dejong.
“And then you just have to push it up against the top of the engine, and it starts to break off, leaving this really thick, brittle, hard, plastic.”
Andrew Dejois says he can remove the headlights without breaking them.
“You can just pull the headlights off and take them to the ground and you can do whatever you want with them,” he said.
“It’s just really, really difficult.”
The company is also selling them online.
They are also being offered for sale at the Dejong show in Saskatoon.
Dejong said they will be available for $29.99.
He said he doesn’t plan on charging more than $1 for each of them.
Dejoas said he has a few customers that want to use them for off-the-road use.
“I think the thing with these headlights is they’re pretty durable, and you don’t really have to worry about them going off in a hurry,” he told CBC News.
“So I think it’s worth trying them out for yourself, because I think there’s some really great value to them.”
Dejong has started a Facebook group to promote his products.
“We’re definitely going to be doing this at a show,” he explained.
“The sooner people get the chance to try these out, the better off we’re going to get.”
He says people have been asking for his headlights since 2015.
He’s selling his products online and is asking for people to donate.