by chad peck, avondale estates
I wasn't so pleased with the smoky film for the headlights and tail lights. I applied one to the front headlights and it made it look like I had put on a piece of cheap plastic. So I removed it, the picture on the website makes it look way more nicer than it actually is. Sorry now I am returning the rest of the three films to get a refund.
I like it
by Tod R., Scottsdale, AZ
I've owned a Window Tinting Business over 13 years. I'm always looking for the the next best thing. Of all the wraps and paints I've used to darken tail lights I like Plasti Dip the best. Just take your time and read the instructions before use. Its best to remove the tail lights from the vehicle to ensure quality cleaning and even application too both. I fined it works best with many coats letting each coat dry before the next. I used about 1 can too darken an Audi S4 tail lights. The project took about 16 hours. I let each coat dry about 20 min before the next. When the can started getting low I was happy with the darkness so then I let the paint set over night. Perfection! The next day i was left with a nice flat smooth durable finish. This product is also removable leaving no damage making repairs or redo's very easy.
by Wanda T., New Haven, CT
I love the look of the yellow tint film on my 996. Installation was not too bad given the size of the lights, but it did take me two tries to get it down just right. You definitely want to mist the light and the film before positioning it and heating it when stretching it over the curved portions.