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Old 12-16-2013, 09:08 AM   #1
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touch up paint

Hey folks,

i have a bunch of paint chips on my front bumper and hood and i wanted to know how to use the touch up paint.
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Hey folks,

i have a bunch of paint chips on my front bumper and hood and i wanted to know how to use the touch up paint.
Have you bought touch up paint yet?
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Have you bought touch up paint yet?
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Some of those TV commercials make it look so easy....has anyone reading this actually got the same results using their product and technique? I'm guessing this is what the OP is asking about.
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I've never heard of that before. I used dr. Colorchip on mine and it worked wonders and has instructions in it
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I used that exact brand of touch up paint. If you really want it to blend in, you'll probably want to wet sand it a little bit afterwards. Then polish. But, it fills it in like it says, which was good enough for me with a few slight rock chips and scratches. Word to the wise, if you use the pen tip, make sure you wipe it off right away, because it dries closed very fast.
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