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I've seen people mentioning here the fly-eye film material to put on the rear lights. My car is completely black with tinted windows but the stock lights kinda stick out :(

Any idea of places that sell them in UK and how easy are they to apply/remove as needed?
 

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I bought some from halfords to do my rear passenger windows is says on packaging will fit 2 standard windows This is not the case any way that's a different matter, £22 wasted my money very hard to apply without a tonn of air bubbles
 

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I bought some from halfords to do my rear passenger windows is says on packaging will fit 2 standard windows This is not the case any way that's a different matter, £22 wasted my money very hard to apply without a tonn of air bubbles
Did you buy tint or fly eye?
 

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Try that.

And to get it fitted clean the light, spray with mildly soapy water, apply the film and squeegee out all the bubbles then allow it to dry overnight.
 

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Fly-eyes doesn't look that good on 'nice' cars, it's very industrial looking and is at home on 4x4s and 'ratty' stuff, but I think it looks terrible on something nice and shiny. You're better off with some tint film
 

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Thanks guys. I'm looking actually for the lights, not the windows.

Stonesies search came up withhttp://www.flyeyeskit.co.uk/which is exactly the stuff I was looking for. Not just sure if the website can be trusted for purchase.
 

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Thanks guys. I'm looking actually for the lights, not the windows.

Stonesies search came up with http://www.flyeyeskit.co.uk/ which is exactly the stuff I was looking for. Not just sure if the website can be trusted for purchase.
Lol I found that site once and thought the same (I'm not a big online buyer) so tell you what, you buy some and let us know if its alreet
 

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Fly-eyes doesn't look that good on 'nice' cars, it's very industrial looking and is at home on 4x4s and 'ratty' stuff, but I think it looks terrible on something nice and shiny. You're better off with some tint film

I'm with you on this one!
 
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