DIY Tips: How To Smoke Tail Lights Using Paint And Clear That With Last




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jt Shelley: this was a waist of time

Dubious Jesse: What was the spray can? Clear coat?

soulless one: I like how everybody whines about not seeing the taillights but nobody mentions how an entire vehicle comes to a stop "pay attention people"

Peter Shober lil boi: 12:04 is my average Saturday night🍆👌

I wanna tripp: i would recommend editing the video so that your plate is not seen

TJ L: Looks great. I did my turn signal lights on my colorado and they turned out like crap.. There was some kind of debris on the lens it almost looked like glue from something I dont know I thought it was dirt on the inside of the lens.. I couldn't see it when I was cleaning them and it doesn't look too bad in the daylight, but at night, they look like crap.. Yours turned out awesome.. I might try acetone or stripper to redo mine. problem is there plastic not glass.. I might end up buying new lights they looks so bad lol

Alejandro Garcia: What's the formula to the paint can I get it premixed into in a can

Danilo Rubiera: If i want to get back as factory look??? I can do it??

Alex Deaton: Will I have to sand the taillights if they are brand new in the box?

mdj300: Great work. Thanks for sharing.

slavchik Nouchtaev: Great video, but in Texas this will fail Inspection ( any film/paint or any substance covering the lights ) Had mine done and to pass inspection had to get a pair from junk yard would swap them out before inspection everytime.

Brandon Tomalewski: don't be cheap buy the right part.never had any trouble with that.great job tho

Finalize777: at 4:30 dang is this a tail light removal video or how to smoke them out video?

eli huerta: What's the ratio to mix clear with paint

Robert Brady: My tinted tail lights were $71.00 his way wasn't worth the hassle. who has a spray booth.

Robert Brady: should have edited the movie. The first tail light you could have started the tinting process while the other lights were being removed without showing us. .

eddie beltran: i like how you used plastic adhesive for a stronger grip since most ppl just sand n one suggestion is instead of using soap to sand with the scuff you should use ''scuff stuff'' in my opinion its better but still yall did a good job

Cletus Spuckler: Smoking tail lights should be prohibited in every coutries , it made them less clear , epecially in foggy weather , i failed to have crashes due to over smoked tail lights .

Jange21: Not exactly DIY when most ppl don't have the equipment used in this video
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