I do professional tail light tinting of any color. I use nothing but the best Dupont. They hold up as well as the finish of your paint. If anyone is interested drop me an email at [email protected]
No offense but the 1 or 2 coats is good enough, i had my tails on my Jetta smoked for over 3 years then i sold it and their still holding up. All i did was mix paint and clear!
Anyway, whats your price?
quote:[HR][/HR]Well I'm probably cheaper and not appointments. And I put 4 to 5 layers of clearcoat so they can be rubbed out is desired, unlike the bodyshop which puts 1 or 2
thats why mine is better.[HR][/HR]
So are you just painting them and leaving the wet sanding and buffing up to the customer or are you doing all the work? Do you mask the reverse lights?
yeah, are you doing the whole nine yards or what? How much do you want? Are you sanding the raised lettering off when you do this? I don't understand why they would need to be rubbed out down the road. Do they suffer from oxidation or severe scratches? More info please. Definately interested though. I tried it myself and it was less than perfect to say the least.
Just go to a model shop and but black <or whatever color> transparent paint. It comes in a spray can and it is used for tinting the windows of model cars. It is like 3 bucks a can and does all of your lights!!!! No sending them out. Just a quick spay every ten minutes does the trick..trust me on this mine look super phat and hold up in every conditions.....or just come to my garage and I'll do it for you for FREE !!!!!!!! Just bring the paint.
I did all red on my car myself---- prob is that no one can see your lights in the daytime--- and thats the truth---- Anyone that wants to see what all red looks like click on the bottom of the sig----- I always get--- "you painted them????holy crap - can anyone see the lights??"
I did them about a year and a half ago-- pics are from waterfest 01
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