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How To: DIY black out headlights

Discussion in 'Exterior / Detailing / Bodywork DIY How-To's' started by LatinEM2, Jun 20, 2007.



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  1. GuttaGutta JDM

    GuttaGutta JDM New Member

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    lol silly ?. But whats wetsanding? like get the part wet then sand it?
     
  2. pon55

    pon55 New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    Wet sanding is using wet-sandpaper with water The water cleans the wetpaper so its easier to use very fine grades as 800 and 1200.
    ( do not wet sand with dry type sandpaper, lol)
     
  3. GUnited

    GUnited New Member

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    looks good
     
  4. Andres_00

    Andres_00 New Member

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    I have a question, would the same glue put it back together or should i buy some type of glue to put them back together?




    Btw nice DIY
     
  5. davenick20

    davenick20 New Member

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    How would you go about clearing out the turn signal??? I want to black out the housing and clear out the turn signals...
     
  6. Tamerin

    Tamerin New Member

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    I've looked all over Google and the forums...

    Anyone have a picture of a Black EP3 that has done this? Wondering if it actually looks good since my car is um... black already lol. I've seen white and the lights blacked out, and it looks damn nice. Just wondering if it would be the same since my car is already pitch black
     
  7. jtyrone32

    jtyrone32 Fuel your Passion

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    Very nice man! Great work. I want to do this, but a little worried about the seal of the headlights when putting it back together. I'm afraid it will moisten up inside the housing. >.< Any problems with yours?
     
  8. zeshtoo22

    zeshtoo22 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    nice work, what is the color code of this car??
     
  9. specter73

    specter73 LIVIN' LOUD

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    Looks awesome man great job! =)
     
  10. csuhre

    csuhre 95 Civic Hatch Guy

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    looks great man i think I'm going to do this to my EG.
     
  11. Caleb.N

    Caleb.N New Member

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    look awsome bru
     


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