Tinting/colouring led lights....possible?

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clancampbell

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I ordered a string of white led christmas lights for my PL Big E...can the whie lights be coloured either with transparent paints or gells?

Thanks

Rich
 

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Boba Flint

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Originally posted by clancampbell@Jun 17 2005, 05:06 PM
I ordered a string of white led christmas lights for my PL Big E...can the whie lights be coloured either with transparent paints or gells?

Thanks

Rich
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They sure can. Paint them with a little Tamiy clear (insert color here) and you will be fine. I have also heard of people using gels to get the effect they want.
 

clancampbell

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Originally posted by Boba Flint+Jun 17 2005, 09:47 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Boba Flint @ Jun 17 2005, 09:47 PM)</div>
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@Jun 17 2005, 05:06 PM
I ordered a string of white led christmas lights for my PL Big E...can the whie lights be coloured either with transparent paints or gells?

Thanks

Rich
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They sure can. Paint them with a little Tamiy clear (insert color here) and you will be fine. I have also heard of people using gels to get the effect they want.
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Fantastic. Now all i have to do is suss out the flasher units.

Rich
 
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