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Old 10-22-2012, 10:18 AM   #1
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Best spray tail light tint

I'm looking to tint my tails and I was wondering what you guys think is the best spray-on tint. I know duplicolor makes some and so does vht.
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I'm looking to tint my tails and I was wondering what you guys think is the best spray-on tint. I know duplicolor makes some and so does vht.
I was wondering about it but Rust Oleam makes some as well

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There is a thread I've been too lazy to search for it
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Old 10-22-2012, 01:55 PM   #3
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I'm looking to tint my tails and I was wondering what you guys think is the best spray-on tint. I know duplicolor makes some and so does vht.
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Nightshades!!
I heard that the rust oleum was better?
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I heard that the rust oleum was better?
Essentially the same thing, either one of them will work just fine.
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Essentially the same thing, either one of them will work just fine.
Ok thanks
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If I were to tint my tail lights with this spray you guys are talking about can I take if off If i get a fix ticket in the future ??
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If I were to tint my tail lights with this spray you guys are talking about can I take if off If i get a fix ticket in the future ??
You can clean it off with carb cleaner. But if you want to be able to remove quickly you should buy the precut tint sheets
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you can clean it off with carb cleaner. But if you want to be able to remove quickly you should buy the precut tint sheets
***never use carbcleaner on plastic***
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***never use carbcleaner on plastic***
Learned that the hard way :\
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Learned that the hard way :\
Sorry to hear that bud. Use that stuff where I work. Nasty stuff on plastic.
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Sorry to hear that bud. Use that stuff where I work. Nasty stuff on plastic.
I agree haha I learned in my 250$ Bullitt grille. uch:
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What do I use to get it off if I need to?
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