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2007 Acura Rl.
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The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. Here is an example of an Acura paint codes and it's locations.
Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2007 Acura CSX, MDX, RDX, TL, or TSX? If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2007 Acura Models page. Or, just go to our page dedicated to Acura Touch Up Paint
Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
George H, owner of a 2007 Acura RL from Center Valley, PA
Extremely satisfied with color match, and speed of shipping.
Harold B, owner of a 2007 Acura RL from Martinez, GA
This order was my second from you guys -- the first, for my truck, was perfect!! This most recent order, for my car, didn't work as well; probably due to my lack of experience -- I have never worked with multi-coat paints like this. I made the system work by leaving out the middle coat and spraying the metallic over the white primer. The mid-coat, when applied, didn't match as well as the primer alone. When I finished with clear, the repair was not noticeable! Looks great!! Thanks!
Elated Customer, owner of a 2006 Acura
The aerosol touch-up paint and particularly the aerosol clearcoat are excellent products. The touch-up was a perfect color match (although in my case I was matching up with Honda's Nighthawk metallic off-black, which made matching easier). But most impressive with both products was the ease and quality of application.
The key to this seems to be the terrific spray head on the cans, which shot out a very even, finely textured film of paint. It didn't spray like a can of Krylon (or like that other famous-name automotive touch-up brand, whose aerosol can shot out horribly in coarse squirt-gun dribbles and almost spoiled my car). No drips from the spray head at the can, no runs on the car. Very easy to work with. A word of warning, though: The mist is SO fine that you'd better be careful not to let it drift onto the rest of your car -- I found myself with a rubbing compound emergency to get the clearcoat off of other areas. As always, proper masking, windless day.
Finally, the cans are pricey but you get your money's worth. They're generously sized, and easily provided enough paint to cover one or two square feet. Overall, highly recommended.
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