looks great. im thinking of doing that to mine since i have hid's for my head lights.
i raced R/C cars for several years, the high end ones. They come with clear plexan bodys that you paint from the inside and they take a beating and the paint always looks great. You never have to shoot any clear because the body is already a shiny clear. I have however tried the window tint stuff for the lexan and it was pretty hard. The tint paint i found to be hard to see as its shoots on. It was very easy to spray it on thick and it would run.really, the question is whether you can spray the inside of the lense without causing major banding. You may want to check your pattern with a piece of cardstock before you commit.
Just my 2 cents! [wiggle]
Ummm. ya! I was not questioning your ability to spray. Only thinking that, a rattle can might not be the way to get this done as you have to shoot from ~12" or risk a run. On my 07 lens the bottom edge is very deep so the best angle I could get would be ~40 <> 60degrees, which would cause banding in my case. Your info does not say what year your Focus is btw. [wiggle]
Oh! Well that's convenient. Have you had them apart yet? I have a extra set of lights with the sealer removed. looking at them, I think that, if you were to do a loose mask (loose as in not tight on the inside lense. I.E. you get a feather) on the top and spray the bottom 1/3 to almost the darkness desired. Remove the mask and spray the top 2/3 with a tad overlap (inevitable) to the bottom section. I'm just eyeballing it here. I don't think you should abandon the idea just yet as it has obvious benefits. [wiggle]Mine is also an 07
be careful but violent in installation.... this is what i did on my civic for a halo(angel eye) headlight install on it, and the same thing on a buddies TC for halo'sJust did this today. The oven kinda made my lenses look shitty, but I'm over it. Looks good otherwise. Now if I could just get them to sick back flush.