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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
James M, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from Augusta, GA
At first i didn't think that the product would actually work but it not only worked but was a perfect match I had some damage done to the front grill of my 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT-8 I purchased your touch up 2oz. bottles of paint and the gloss which was more than enough to do the job it saved me 100's of dollars. I didn't have to paint my car, my wife actually found you guys online and i'm glad she did we've recommended you to our family and friends as well and we will make future purchases from automotive touchup. Thank you so much we're very pleased at the results we got.
Michael D, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from Austin, TX
Thanks guys, it's so much nicer to look at the repair I made with your product than the spots of bumper where the paint has been totally eaten down to the black portion of the material. I believe the more I use your product, the better the outcome will be!
Mike D, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from Ca Sylmar
PXR Brilliant Black Pearl is exactly what I needed it looks identical to the paint so now I tell my girl what chip?
Edwin S, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from Charleston, SC
The Satin Jade color you sent me for the 300 worked well to cover some self body work. Once the clear coat was applied and the rubbing compound used, it is a very good match to the factory paint. I have enough supplies now to fix any other minor dings in the paint.
Linwood H, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from North Port, FL
My 2006 Chrysler 330 is in fine shape except the paint wore off the door bump strips. They were body color with a 3/8 inch chrome strip along the top. Replacing was over $300, refining by body shop was $200. I painted them in my garage over a weekend with $50 worth of your paint and supplies.. I sanded and cleaned the rubber/plastic with yourcleaned, masked the area, painted with a few coats of grey primer, painted a few coats of 12 oz Aerosol Spray Paint, 2006 Chrysler 300: Satin Jade Pearl PP4, then covered with a few coars of clear coat. didn't sand any of the paint steps, it didn't need it. I think it looks great.
Mike, owner of a 2006 Chrysler 300 from Tresckow, Pa
This is the second time I have used your product and couldn't be more pleased. The paint matched perfectly on both cars. I've never done any type of body work before and with a little patience the jobs came out perfect.
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