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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Jeff E, owner of a 1979 Jeep from Evansville, IN
I ordered two different colors from these folks. Metallic Emu Brown (1979 Jeep) and Ford Light Jade (1978) and both colors were spot-on. The time from order placement to delivery was completely reasonable given that they are mixing a few spray cans at a time (small quantity).
This is my new 'GO-TO' shop for special request paints!
Jim D, owner of a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee from Plainville, MA
I have been using Automotive Touchup for several years and every time I need to have a perfect color match for a small job, they do not disappoint! I purchased spray cans of Easy Sanding primer, Adhesion Promoter, Base Color and High Gloss Clearcoat for 4 different projects over these several years and every time, the match has been perfect. I sprayed a new fender for my 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee, a new grille for my 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty, a fender repair for my Wife's 2002 VW Jetta and now a rear spoiler for my 2012 Ford Fusion. These were all pieces that are high visibility so a non-match would be clearly evident... no problem! As long as you give them your factory color code, they'll match the color... give them a try and save yourself some expensive auto body repair dollars!
Barry K, owner of a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee from Wrightsville, PA
I went to a parts store for touch up paint for my girlfriends jeep. They did not have it due to the year nor was it available on line. So I remember Automotive Touch Up from one of my car mag. So I ordered a small bottle of base and clear coat and I ordered the a bottle for my pickup. Both colors were excellent matches. One thing to remember is colors somewhat fade even with a clear over top and also the clear shine breaks down over time. Taking these few things into consideration these two paints matched excellent for 13 year old vehicles.
I emailed them afterwards and asked what brand paint they use to mix with. I was pleasantly surprised what brands they used and will more than likely use them when I paint one of the cars I own (1968 Firebird 400/400) in lieu of kissing the local paint suppliers you know what where I live who do not want to help the non business automotive enthusiast. Thank you.
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