Step 9: Painting Time

Mask the lights/LEDs with an easy removable tape. Lay down a painting cloth I use old wrapping paper. Spray with either bedliner or spray paint. Let dry for a minute. Flip and repeat. After paint is dry to touch remove the tape.
hi there really great idea just wondering if it could be adapted to fit a bike trailer
Very good project<br>
Very kewl!&nbsp; Thanks for sharing and look forward to more posts.
How bright is it in lumens, I want to make a flashlight.
Honestly I could not tell you but i am using it to replace this <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.rei.com/product/776522?cm_mmc=cse_froogle-_-datafeed-_-product-_-776522&amp;mr:trackingCode=6F39D5C0-521A-DE11-B4E3-0019B9C043EB&amp;mr:referralID=NA">http://www.rei.com/product/776522?cm_mmc=cse_froogle-_-datafeed-_-product-_-776522&amp;mr:trackingCode=6F39D5C0-521A-DE11-B4E3-0019B9C043EB&amp;mr:referralID=NA</a> and the output is nearly the same (there initial is a bit brighter but mine lasts ALOT longer. Mostly it depends on which LEDs you choose to buy and your battery source..<br/>
Thank you for sharing this. I now have a better idea of how to do my own; based on yours with some variation.
Thanks for the feedback if you have any questions or ideas let me know I will be posting more soon.

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