Applying Touch Up Paint to Your Car

Have you seen a huge nick on your paint job? Does it distract you when you're looking at your car? These are problematic and should be covered up so that your paint job looks as perfect as it was when new. However, car touch-up paint jobs are often seen as easier said than done. This is because the result may not look as blended or seamless as if it was the original paint job if you don't pre-treat the area.

Touch-up paint is best used to cover up small paint chips. These aren't deep scratches or even fine scratches, which need to be buffed and primed before being covered up with paint. In addition, touch-up paint isn't like house paints or acrylics. You'll want to use short dabs to apply touch-up paint rather than long strokes.

If your vehicle has a couple of paint chips, why not get a consultation from a professional car painter? You can talk to the service center at Mike Raisor Ford.

 

 

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