Originally Posted by DrDustin
He said that they mask on the car in general and ensure no overspray. That's probably why it's cheaper, an hour less work to unmount/mount. He also said they do not need to polish but that the paint will be waxable.
If they're doing the cutout, you might want to check that it looks even. They might just slap the paint on there and pull the masking to leave it at that, no sanding of the light or anything. Since they say it's DOT approved, they might not need to.
I've been spray painting parts for a while now, so I know the amount of work required for the spray paint to look like shop applied. I even made a thread for acheiving my results with spray paint: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1994982