The pictures are not of Honda lights but off a customers BMW. Anyways I hope you guys find it useful.
- VHT Nightshades Spray Paint
- Brillo pads with built in soap (easier than sandpaper)
- Masking tape
- Lights you will be tinting
- Obviously to do a nice job, your gonna want to remove the lights from the vehicle, so do that first
- Take the lights and mask were the bulb slides into them as to avoid getting water/debris in them
- Grab yourself a bucket of water/hose or sink and a brillo pad. All your doing here is scuffing up the plastic surface so the paint has something to adhere to, the soap also removes all grease and wax from them.
- Rinse them when your done and let them dry, make sure your hands are clean before handling them once dry.
- Set them on a flat surface so you can start painting. I prefere flat rather than hanging since this paint is really thin it tends to run, so if its laid flat it just settles on its own.
- Spray evenly from around 8-10 inches away making sure to go past the end of the lens and overlaping each previous spray.
- 1 coat is very light and barely noticeable, 2 is lighlty smoked, 3 is about as much as you can do and still notice the reflector color in the day time, 4 coats and its only distinguishable at night
- Allow around 5 minutes between each coat, and 24 hours to completely cure. After about a week you can go ahead and wax or wetsand them.