VHT NITE SHADES (Night Shades) is a unique transparent black tail light lens coating for creating that custom European styling. When applied to tail lights, fog lights or turning indicators, VHT NITE SHADES appears black until they are lit, then the natural red re-appears. Customize lenses for only a fraction of the cost of expensive conversion kits.
Application: Apply VHT NITE SHADES to the outside of the lens cover only. It is easier to remove cover from the vehicle before applying. VHT NITE SHADES is a transparent coating, apply in smooth, even strokes approximately 3 minutes apart. Apply thin coats until a desired darkness is achieved usually two or three coats is sufficient.
Clean surface with a window or glass cleaner. Shake can for one minute after the ball in the can begins to rattle. Hold can 12 inches away from the lens. Apply in a back and forth motion, be sure to spray past the lens so that the corners and ends are evenly covered. Immediately apply a 2nd coat in the opposite direction. Apply subsequent coats approximately 10 minutes apart usually two or three coats will achieve desired look. VHT NITE SHADES should be dry to the touch in about an hour and completely dry overnight. Do not reinstall until coating is completely dry.
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