I painted the tails on my accord all red as well, and I sprayed two coats of clearcoat on. It takes away some of the shine but it makes them a lot more sturday and scratch resistant. I think I used the wrong kind of clearcoat because there is another brand (i forgot what) that has different "shine" levels. Just get the shiniest kind and use that for the clearcoat and you'll be set.
i just painted mine and i defently want them more shiny anyone else use clear coat?? i tryed wax but the pad started to get red paint on it so i stoped that real quick , maybe i need to let them dry for 48hrs before waxing. but anyways clearcoat ????? brands??
Roge, now that I look at it, I wish I had done it on the inside like some others... it just doesn't have that OEM shine to it... I guess I'm going to find some clearcoat, maybe that will help... but its going to be a lot of work to match it to the rest of the light... new tails anyone??
ya but its not that bad and from 5 feet away u can hardly nodice, plus only the u and me can tell everyone else wont nodice a thing, i like it better then orange and as for new lights im waiting on these red/clear/red's
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