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Old 02-07-2013, 12:25 PM   #1
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Paint touch up?

There are a couple of very small chips in my car, what is the best method of touching them up?
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:13 PM   #2
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Touch up paint, go to autozone or you're local auto parts store and they sell it there. Or ford
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:39 PM   #3
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Touch up paint, go to autozone or you're local auto parts store and they sell it there. Or ford
does that work, well. Is there anything special i need to do or i just apply it.
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Yea it works I use it all the time! And that's all I use
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Yea it works I use it all the time! And that's all I use
do you recommend a certain brand?
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I use duplicolor scratch fix 2in1
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I use duplicolor scratch fix 2in1
alright thanks man
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http://drcolorchip.com/?gclid=CJybk9...FUXf4Aod_B4AEQ has a good kit, better than the dab it on and have a bubble system others use

I used it on the wife's edge and works good
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Old 02-07-2013, 07:39 PM   #10
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http://drcolorchip.com/?gclid=CJybk9...FUXf4Aod_B4AEQ has a good kit, better than the dab it on and have a bubble system others use

I used it on the wife's edge and works good
Definitely gonna get that thanks!
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I. Just fixed a small scratch and was wondering what to do to bring back shine after wet sanding everything down to one level surface
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Touch up paint works really well just make sure the surface is clean and warm for it to stick too. Also if you are using a stick dab it on real lightly so that the paint on the brush not the brush itself touches the surface of where you are touching up. This will stop a bead from happening.
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