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    Removing Black Tint

    Hi All

    I have bought a pair of late front foglights for my VR6, these have been tinted/painted back. Anyone know how to remove this as I would like to put yellow laminex film on them.

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    Re: Removing Black Tint

    Halfrauds do a tint removal spray
    1.8 16v lightly moddified..

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    Re: Removing Black Tint

    or wouldnt white spirit or turps do the job with a little scrubbing, think thats how i removed it on mine

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    Re: Removing Black Tint

    Cellulose thinners is brilliant, or nail varnish remover.
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