I have a nice (not nice but huge) scratch in my rear passenger door...like down to metal. I want to put some touch up paint on it but I don't want it to look like a big glob of crap. Any tips? Thanks.
g20chick said:yeah..it's really more time and trouble then it's worth. Unless you have the time. If your really want it done right then go get it done professionaly. I have done touch up with mine and it doesn't work the best.
Chris said:Even at a Professional Body shop, you need to have it blended to the rest of the car because even though paints can be matched now 100% to factory, they cannot factor in the effects of time -- exposure to sun, rain, etc. which DOES change the overall finish/color of ANY car!!!!!