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Has anyone ever used this stuff spray on tint for taillights and headlights. If so is it easy to use or is it even worth it?
 

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it works great. the biggest thing is doing your prep and actual application correctly. if you don't it can look like crap. as with painting anything though if you don't take your time and prep good it WILL look like crap. you don't want any runs in it. make sure you clear it also.
 

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I used it in another thread of mine about my racing stripes. I sprayed it on the bottom of a peanut jar lol...

definitely go thin with the layers it gets dark quick and yes prep work is key...


No VHT



one thick layer



two thick layers



in front of motorcycle headlight on high beam
 

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you shouldn't ever use thick layers. always do multiple thin layers for the best outcome
 

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Cool i might do that next weekend also how do you remove the gt logos on the the fenders
 

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they are held on with double sided tape. they also have aligning holes. to get them off you could try to cut through the foam with some dental floss or something similar. just don't go prying on them and damage your paint
 

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sant the part your painting first. wetsand with 800G then 1000G. tack, tack tack it. then spray in thin coats to get the coverage, and darknes you want. thin coat, let dry, thin coat let dry... when your at the darkness you want, wetsand with 1000G again to get it smooth then clear. again thin coats. I do three or four. let cure completly. as in dry for a couple days. wet sand again with 1000G, then 1200G then 1500G and hit with polish. should come out looking like glass.
 
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