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4 comments on Using Touch-Up Paint

  1. Steven says:

    Thanks for the article, Ivan. One question that I have before I try to work on some chips on my black G37S. Does the area need to be completely stripped of wax and sealants prior to using the kit? If so, what would you recommend?

    • Ivan Rajic Ivan Rajic says:

      Definitely Steven. Isopropyl alcohol is good but a good wax and grease remover is best. I would consult with a local body shop or auto parts store on what’s best, but from what I know Klean-Strip Prep-All is a very good product.

  2. jim says:

    I’ve used Dr Colorchip with mixed results. On pinhead sized chips it worked pretty well after a few tries.. On anything like a match head sized chip, the metallic paint doesn’t work as well and almost appears a solid color instead of metallic. Forget any success on anything larger than a match head. I also found that the amount of “blender” thinner is insufficient for the amount of paint supplied. I see now the supply a stiff card to use with the blender and rag instead of just a rag. This is an old trick that they finally picked up on. Also very overpriced but with a couple new competitors on the market, that should affect the cost. One competitor is offering a buy one get a 2nd color free for less than the cost of one Mr. Colorchip. One of my friends tried it and it seemed to easily work and equally as well.

    • kevin says:

      What product did they use? I have a tiny chip and looking to fix it and don’t know what to use was gonna try the dMr colorchip

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