It looks great on black cars, and other colors that look good with black accents. You have to spray it on in like 15 VERY light coats(single pass) for it to look smooth and uniform. It helps if y have a lot of experience with spray paint. I have a black 91 RX7 with all black lenses, and it looks factory.
I've heard good things about nightshades. For those that don't know, its a Spray Tint of sorts. Spray it on plastic aka headlights, turn signals and it looks like they are black.
I want to get some but I think you have to order it.
I will practice on my busted *snake eyes* piece.
It comes off of glass easily with mineral spirits, but once it's on plastic, you better get used to it. I tried to strip it off of Jamie's Mustang's corner lenses using mineral spirits, and ended up ruining the plastic and buying a set of clear corners. Get in touch with VHT (the maker) for more info on removal.
My advice is: buy 2 cans and practice on someone else's car first.
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