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Old Jul 4th, 2014, 03:28 PM
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Chipex Paint Chip fixing system

Just discovered this product available from: Car touch up paint - colour match guaranteed. I have no connection with the business........I'm just a delighted customer!!!

This is a DIY paint chip restoration system that uses proper manufacturer's colour matched paint to achieve almost invisible repairs to paintwork chips and scratches.

Basically it's a 3-step process whereby you clean the area of the chip/chips that you want to repair with the supplied solvent, then apply the paint with a micro brush, then once semi-dried, remove excess paint from the area surrounding the chip with the blending solvent, before finally finishing the blending-in with the special finishing polish.

I've just done about 10 chips on my driver's door on my Black MINI which were caused by gravel spat-up by the offside front wheel, and you cannot see where they were.

This is so much better than the BMW/MINI touch-up paint sticks and a massively cheaper than having the whole door resprayed.

You get loads of materials with the pack and it's a very quick and easy process to do yourself with amazing results.

I can't recommend it highly enough!

Spike
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