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2007 Ford Expedition.
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2007 Ford Expedition below
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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
David G, owner of a 2007 Ford Expedition from Saint Paul, MN
I ordered the exact match touch up and clear coat for fixing the paint peel on the rear hatch of my Ford Expedition. I have the paint chipping and peeling around the trim pieces and latch which many owners of this Ford vehicle experience. The body shop wanted between 7-850 bucks to do it. I spent 70 bucks and around 6-7 hours on the week end and it looks great. Advice is to go on line and pull up info first before you start on how to repair paint chips and scratches. The sanding, spraying and rubbing out the clear coat is key to a good looking job. Thanks Automotive Touch up.
Kirk N, owner of a 2007 Ford Taurus from Portage, WI
Sorry, no pic's of my little project, but I can tell you this. The shipping was very fast, the price was very reasonable, and the color was spot on. What more can a person ask for??? Great product!!
Mark O, owner of a 2008 Ford Escape from Batavia, IL
I haven't done paint touchup since my old VW in the '70's, but my Escape Hybrid was getting some rust around the rear wheel wells (otherwise the paint is perfect) and the local body shops wanted between $500 and $2000 to repair. For that amount I figured I could do it myself. I found automotivetouchup.com through Google, ordered spray primer, base color and clear coat, along with a pack of sanding paper. After a lot of sanding, some Bondo, and more sanding, I did the painting over Labor Day and I'm very pleased with the result. The color is an excellent match and I can hardly tell what area was repaired. Any imperfections are due to my own (lack of) technique and not the product. I'm one very happy customer!
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