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    Default Reflectivity Cutting Down

    Want to share some ideas .
    Laser reflectivity is the base on which laser can acquire speed of car.

    One way I found to cut it down , in theory , is applied 2 coats of '' Mod Podge '' = a water base sealer . Easily removable on car paint .Sold at any hobby shop / Wallmart. It dries tranparent and serves as stone protection in winter time .

    I apply one coat horizontal , then one vertical , use a plain brush paint , on the front hood subject to receive a laser shot .

    As shown on the pic , I use a laser pen to see the reflection from my paint with and without.This ''dulling'' coating should make it more difficult for the laser to read the speed. Cannot test it right now -20 , but would like feedback from someone here .




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    Thats pretty neat, I have also heard glossy paint works as well! Id like to try that with a laser gun, however I do not have the money to rent/ buy one.
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    this stuff: http://www.plaidonline.com/apMP.asp ? What is THAT?

    Stone protection, eh? I wonder if you can apply VEIL on top of this, for headlights?

    It looks as if it helps a little bit, I wonder what the difference in targeting would be...

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    I wonder if you can apply VEIL on top of this, for headlights?

    I did the reverse : veil first then plaid , but the total effiency ?? stil to be tested at spring time ... in 3 months .... euhh :idea:

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    This beetle should do fine against laser


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    Id like to try that with a laser gun,
    Too bad , we live quite far , we could have test it , have an Osprey laser range and speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 411radarlover
    This beetle should do fine against laser

    I don't think that thing could even be targeted with a laser, what is the top speed of a Beetle, 100km/h? All that junk weighing it down I'd be surprised if it can do 70

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    LOL , I bet that car does not even run! It just gets towed to craft shows . J/K
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