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VHT Nite Shades - Black Out Taillight Spray & Clear Coat Bundle

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VHT Nite Shades - Black Out Taillight Spray & Clear Coat Bundle + 3M 32044 Imperial Wetordry 9" x 11" 2000 Grit Sheet
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ASINB001THRG9Q
Best Sellers Rank #10,981 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 18, 2009
  
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Vht Nite Shades With Clear


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Will use again on future cars that I buy and want that look.
M. Steimel
Make sure you spray this about a foot away from the lights, and very very THIN coats, let them dry in between coats,and it works perfectly.
Austin
Three coats of Nite Shade and three coats of Clear Coat and the tail lights come out great!
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bremer on May 9, 2012
First, this is a good product if you want to tint your tail lights on a budget. However, there are many drawbacks to using this product.

Pros:
Affordable alternative to otherwise time consuming tinting or opting to take it to a costly shop to have it done "right".
When done "correctly" you may achieve good results. However, doing this job correctly may take some knowledge with painting/color sanding and other prep work related to body work.

Cons: Easy to mess up, by messing up I mean getting runs from spraying too wet/close, nobody likes the runs.
Does not hide imperfections.
Easy to apply too much when you think you still might want them a little darker.

There really are no instructions on the can. Do not expect the can to tell you what to do/what not to do. From MY experience with this or any product I can however give some general rule of thumb tips. Some will still have their drawbacks.

This is how I did it:

You will need: Dawn dish soap. Original formula! Not the newer "ultra concentrated". Spray bottles at least 1, 2 are better. Latex or equivalent gloves. 2000 Grit wet sanding paper. Running alcohol 50/50 water mix. Water (obviously), masking tape, a solid flat surface to work on, quality lighting, quality ventilation, and the VHT/Clearcoat, of course. Finally, A LOT OF PATIENCE. Optional: Meguiars ultimate compound, microfiber towels, a dual action polisher/soft buff polishing pad.

Step 1. I REMOVED my tail lights. No sense trying to spray them on the vehicle, unless you want to spend all of the time to mask it off correctly at which point you would have them off by now anyway.

Step 2. PUT LATEX or VINYL GLOVES ON!!!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Austin on October 19, 2010
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This is a great product. Make sure you spray this about a foot away from the lights, and very very THIN coats, let them dry in between coats,and it works perfectly. Also if you mess up I heard goo gone graffiti remover takes the nite shades right off, because paint thinner does not work (believe me). Lights look professionally done with a glossy finish, and everyone asks about them.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D. Sauer on August 28, 2011
I've used this on a number of cars with good results. But that comes with a caveat - I've painted a number of cars, and this will not hide any imperfections. Your tailights needs to be clean and shiny beforehand. I've had the best luck by getting a 3M Headlight Lens Restoration System and polishing the taillights first (follow the directions; basically you just skip the regular paper and do only the foam-backed 3000 grit followed by the polish). Once they're smooth and shiny, get yourself some paint prep stuff (I like these Dupli-Color Grease and Wax Remover Prep Wipes, but you might be able to get them cheaper in a store). 90% of a paint job is prep, so make sure you prep very well; if you use the wipes, wipe in one direction, and then wait until the lights air dry. Once you've prepped, your skin does NOT touch the surface again. Wear some disposable nitrile gloves if you can't control yourself. :)

Spray on 2-3 fairly light, even coats. You don't want to put more than that on, or the lights will be hard to see during the day, and someone will crash into the back of you, ruining your pretty tail lights. ;) Once you've gotten the lights darkened, spray on a few coats of the clear coat. Try not to get it on heavy enough to run, and try to make sure it's going on wet (no dry overspray).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By steevo on August 8, 2012
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Ordered this to do the tail lights on my sons 2004 SVT Lightning pickup truck. We took the original lights off and put them in boxes in order to be able to return the truck to stock if we ever need to. Ordered up some of the Depo brand "heritage" red tail lights from Amazon. Crazy deal. Got the drivers side for $35 and pass. side for $6. That's right, not a typo, $6. Due to the fact it was listed as used. Anyways, we took the two new tail lights and went at it with 1000 grit sandpaper and water to get the raised lettering down. Then 2000 grit and water to get scuff up the entire lens. Sand till all cloudy and smooth. Wiped down with a small amount of brake clean just to get the dust off. Sprayed three coats of the VHT on, five minutes between coats. 2 coats seemed too light. Let dry for 2 hrs. sprayed 5 coats of the clear with 5 minutes between coats. Let dry for 24 hrs. use the 2000 grit and water to sand out all the orange peel and sand with lots of water till smooth and cloudy white finish again. Now for the magic. Use a plastic polish (i used this one) Meguiar's PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner and Polish -10 oz. on a power drill with a foam pad.

The result was so amazing, i have people asking me where i got them done. I have actually done two sets for friends and charged half the $100 they were being quoted at a customizing shop.

Remember, preparation and patience are key.
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