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      05-04-2007, 01:49 PM   #1
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Clear Reflectors

I know this has been brought up before, but has anyone come out with clear reflectors yet for the E92? I think I'd like these better than the painted ones...
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To clear them can't you just soak them in bleach? or something like that? I've seen DIY before for clearing reflectors, I just forgot what type of chemical was used to clear it..
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that actually sounds not too bad..wouldn't look bad on a black car
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To clear them can't you just soak them in bleach? or something like that? I've seen DIY before for clearing reflectors, I just forgot what type of chemical was used to clear it..
Really? Interesting. I have clear corners and sidemarkers on my TiAg E46, and really like the look. Either way, that amber reflector has to go! Hopefully there will be something soon...
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I think the clear would be better than amber. BUT IMHO, the painted ones look best since there are then no reflector. BTW, the painted reflectors were my first mod. (2nd day I had the car) I could not stand the amber reflectors
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