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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Gary M, owner of a 2012 Subaru Legacy from Greenbank, WA
It was a perfect match and I received it quicker than expected.
Andy O, owner of a 2012 Subaru Legacy from Saint Peters, MO
The paint for Subaru Legacy wasn't a perfect match, but close enough to make my wife happy. I would recommend to anyone needing touch-up paint.
Bud Keene, owner of a 2011 Subaru Forester from Union Hall, VA
I painted a panel of my 2011 Subaru which was a Green Gray Metallic/Sage Green Metallic C1F. The results perfectly matched the rest of the car. First I painted a piece of scrap metal, compared it to my car and it looked totally different. Then my wife commented that the perceived color depends on the orientation of the piece. The color goes from green to gray depending on the lighting and the the slant of the section. Sure enough when I positioned the test piece in exactly the same direction as a straight car section (a vertical area on the back of the car) it was an exact match.
The car panel had several scratches down to the original primer with rough edges of color around the scratches. Here's how i did it.
1. I smoothed out the scratches down to the primer with 320 wet/dry sandpaper, and then lightly scuffed the rest of the panel to remove gloss. If I were to do it again, I would use a slightly finer paper to scuff the undamaged area.
2. I masked the adjacent panels and the windshield using quality masking tape and plastic sheeting. the sheeting covered wide areas to be sure that my spraying would not hit any of the other areas.
3. I applied 3 light coats of the color waiting 30 minutes between the coats. Be careful not to overspray which could cause sags, and don't touch a prominent areas to check if it's dry. If not dry it will leave a mark.
4. After one hour I lightly sanded the final color coat with 2000 wet/dry paper which I found at my auto store.
5. I then applied 3 coats of the clear coat, again waiting 30 minutes between coats.
The refinished area totally matched color of the adjoining panels.
The job was done in one afternoon, and most of the time was spent watching TV between coats.
3. I sprayed the damaged panel with the color coat, applying 3 coats....waiting 30 minutes between coats. I used very light coats to be sure that it would not sag.
NOTE: After spraying a coat, turn the can upside down and press the nozzle until just propellent comes out. Otherwise the nozzle may clog with dried paint.
My only suggestion is that you provide similar application directions with the paint.
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