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    Default Headlight Spray on tint

    Ok, I used the spray on headlight tint and when i sprayed it on it cracked. So I sprayed a few more layers on and it still turned out like CRAP! So does anybody know how to get this off?

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    I am not sure if it will work but you could try something like the 3M headlight restoration kit. It uses a drill and sanding process.

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    Damn that sucks!! Sorry i can't help you, but i'm sure someone here can help.
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    I would think laquer would take it off..

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    Yea i went and bought some mineral spirits and it didnt even phase it

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismx104 View Post
    Yea i went and bought some mineral spirits and it didnt even phase it
    Buy some denatured alcohol or laquer thiner, that should do it..

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    Denatured alcohol is the only thing that will take it off.
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    Default Sand them

    i have done 2 set of tail light for my buddys you will have to sand it off i dont know what you used or how u did that but if it looked bad i would not add to it .... i use VHT night shade it the best you have to wash the lights then alcohol over the light let them dry real good then lighty VHT them let dry then ADD VHT TILL they are as dark as you would like hit me up with any ??? later

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    I'd be careful when you sad it off not to scratch the plastic and end up frosting them.


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    I used the goof off stuff and it took it right off but now I have a bad haze over the light like it took off the clear coat. Is there anything I can do besides buying new headlights? I know there is a headlight restoration kit but im not sure the price or where to get it. Any ideas??

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