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The code on your identificaiton sticker will normally have many numbers in it with no prefix identifying a number as a paint code. The paint code will either be three or four digits. Some times the code will have a prefix of DB but this is not consistant. Click here for Mercedes Benz examples.
Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1990 Mercedes-Benz A Class, C Class, CL Class, CLC Class, CLK Class, CLS Class, E Class, G Class, GL Class, GLK Class, M Class, R Class, S Class, SL Class, or SLK Class? If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1990 Mercedes-Benz Models page. Or, just go to our page dedicated to Mercedes-Benz Touch Up Paint
Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Renita J, owner of a 2004 Mercedes-Benz E Class from Las Vegas, NV
Love Love Love Love! I am a very picky person and I didn't like the little rock chip on the car. I almost didn't buy this car, however, I really liked the way it drove. My husband was looking at a magazine and found your ad. He brought it to me and had me check it out. When my order arrived, my husband surprised me and had touched up my car. I couldn't even tell where the chip marks were. My car looks beautiful. I would highly recommend Automotive Touchup to everyone.
Bob Tennies, owner of a 2004 Mercedes-Benz E Class from Kailua, HI
Hello Richard, I felt a little intimidated taking on a project of touching up stone chips and other scratches on my Mercedes. I was going to take it to a professional to have it done. Then I found your website and decided to try it myself. Because it was a metallic paint I was concerned about the color match. I used the prep solution to remove any wax in the area to be touched up. I used the microdabbers to apply the base coat color to the chips and scratched. The color matches perfectly. I overfilled a few of the chips and used 1500 grit wet sandpaper wrapped around the end of a flat carpenters pencil and patiently sanded it smooth. I then hand buffed the spots with polish made for removing fine scratches from clear coat finishes. You can't see any blemishes. The job looks professional. I'm very pleased with your products and help. Thank you.
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