NiteShades is a transparent paint tint. The trick is very light coats as this stuff runs easily. Have a rag and some paint thinner as your mistake can be easily removed. Let it set and you're in trouble.IHIeiniken said:or you can use that one spray on tint. i think VaderBob has worked with it before.
Stage 2: You don't want to tint the center of your brake light. That's not safe. You start darker at the edges and it get thinner towards the center.22Cadillac22 said:i was waitin for someone to finally post about this....i was looking for a film but no tint companys does this, im kind of iffy about spraying on the taillights. is there any other options for this?
Remember..a cloth with paint thinner removes it. Don't you like a DIY challenge? Go for it..light coats. the film sucks!!22Cadillac22 said:yeah i understand...but i dont think i can trust myself, im only 18. id be pretty pissed ruining my caddy just by trying to smoke my taillights.
thanks for the responses though
Did you use transparent paint or film? Film comes off with a hair dryer.300C this said:i think this is a good place to ask this question i smoked my back lights and colored the reverse lights red and smoked that to now i want to take it out what can i take it out with
Just dampen a rag with thinner and wipe it off before it sets.70eldo said:22Cadillac22: you can practise on something else before applying it on your tail lights. Indeed you have to spray only a thin layer of coating. If you want it darker you just spray it again. Take the light assy's out for the best result.
Don't use too much thinner