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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Paul Bowser, owner of a 1970 Triumph from Pepperell, MA
Super pleased, a great find! I am restoring my 1970 Triumph Spitfire and anything at all that could help make the restoration easier is very welcome. And this AutomotiveTouchup paint has made the restoration a whole lot easier in a very cost-effective way. I was very surprised and pleased to discover that AutomotiveTouchup was even offering an oddball color such as “Laurel Green” #55 for a 1970s Triumph automobile restoration in their Custom-mixed Touch Up Paint collection. Mostly, I am very grateful that their paint was, in fact, an exact color match and for the ease of application. In the past, I used custom ordered/custom mixed, single stage Acrylic Urethane for the firewall. It was fairly expensive and then there was the mix process of adding hardener and reducer to deal with. On top of that, there was the time-consuming cleanup of the spray gun, etc. With the AutomotiveTouchup paint it is literally point and shoot. Cleanup consists of nothing more than inverting the spray can and clearing/wiping the spray nozzle. What a great time and money saver!! The basecoat color dries to a flat finish (which is actually sufficient for out of sight areas). And with the application of a little wax, would do just fine. But the additional gloss clear coat from AutomotiveTouchup does bring out a vibrant finished look for those visible areas. Needless to say, I am very, very pleased with this product and would highly recommend it to anyone doing his or her own restoration project. It is a very cost-effective approach to a very pleasing finished product. Thank you AutomotiveTouchup. Paul Bowser
George B, owner of a 1966 Triumph from Phoenix, AZ
I purchased three different 2 oz. Touch Up Paint bottles to test possible car colors for a restoration project on an old Triumph English Sports Car. All three samples were very close to the original color with the Wedgewood Blue matching an unfaded section exactly. Thanks for helping evaluate the colors I was considering.
Don, owner of a 1965 Triumph from Tennessee
This is my second purchase of the touch-up paint for the TR4A I am restoring. Unfortunately, the restoration was begun by someone else and it was painted early in the process resulting in a few dings(and worse) by the time I finished it. A small bottle took care of the small chips and the spray can handled the larger areas. It saved my paint job. Great color match.
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