Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Brendon L, owner of a 1992 Ford from Amherst, MA
This is probably the best paint I've used by far, matched up perfect to an old vehicle, very pleased.
Raymond G, owner of a 1992 Ford from Jasper, IN
A really good match, I will buy again thanks. Ray
restro project, owner of a 1993 Ford Mustang from Nevada
I was able to obtain body-shop quality applied paint and clear-coat at home. I'm not a body-shop professional, but I was able to obtain a finish that is equal to what one would obtain at a body-shop. The paint is a near perfect match and I have to say if you're in need of repairing a bumper or a single body panel on your vehicle it's possible to do it at home. I just set-up a small paint area in my garage and rattle can painted away.
The products that I used were automotive primer, plastic adhesion promoter, rattle can paint, a rattle can handle and the rattle can 2-part clear-coat product. As far as prep work, yes you'll need to perform proper prep work which I did by hand (took a little longer versus using my DA sander/ polisher) and I wet sanded and cleaned the surface of the entire body and lower body panel properly prior to the paint and clear-coat applications.
All that you have to do is give these products a chance and you should be able to duplicate a "professional looking" finished product yourself without having to visit a body-shop.
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