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Old 07-15-2013, 03:07 PM   #1
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The candy red touch up paint? If so how good does the finish look? Is it better to use the brush or pen? I have a few deep scratches about .01 wide (ten thousandths of an inch) not real wide or to noticeable but I know they are there and want them gone. Repainting the side of the car is not an option looking at close to $1000 to repaint and stripe.
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I picked some up from ford because I had a rock hit my hood and left a good size chip. I used the brush because of the size. When your not focusing on it, it looks pretty good, but in certain light it looks darker than the car. Im not sure if I would use it on a scratch though because I'm not brave enough to wet sand it etc. The flash makes the paint look crappy, I'll try another pic.

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I picked some up from ford because I had a rock hit my hood and left a good size chip. I used the brush because of the size. When your not focusing on it, it looks pretty good, but in certain light it looks darker than the car. Im not sure if I would use it on a scratch though because I'm not brave enough to wet sand it etc. The flash makes the paint look crappy, I'll try another pic.
Sorry, not any better. On the first pic its right where my middle finger is.

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