VHT NITE SHADES - TAILIGHTS

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Asked by Jan 28, 2010 at 04:15 PM about the Dodge Stratus

Question type: Car Customization

hey guys. later tonight im going to be using the VHT NITE SHADES spray on taillight paint to smoke out my tail lights. with that said i am looking to do three coats of it on all three tail lights. what my question is could i also put that same paint on my head lights? like make them have either an "eyelid" look or just kind of paint the top edge?
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I bought some precut tint for my tail lights which worked pretty well and ended up using regular tint for the third brake line. I suggest just buying the eye lids because I haven't heard good things about the sprays, it's hard to get a nice even tone. Below is a pic of my lights so you can see. All I know is that you should definitely not spray the full headlights, very illegal and highly stupid. Hope that helps.

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I think adding that chrome to the tail lights put too much chrome on the back. Due to the fact that i have the model and name of car is chrome and a chrome exhaust. This is my tailights smoked out.

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