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This is a discussion on Touch Up Paint within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I got a small scratch on my '13 WRB sedan. Does anybody have a touch up paint that they recommend? ...

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    Touch Up Paint

    I got a small scratch on my '13 WRB sedan. Does anybody have a touch up paint that they recommend? I want to get this covered up asap.

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    I use OEM touch up paint. If it is bad make sure and sand/prime before, otherwise it will just chip back off.

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    I used Dr. Color Chip for some rock chips and it worked pretty well, maybe not as well as the ad's make it look but from 1 ft. away you can't really see it unless you are looking for it. No paint bubble from the OEM touch up paint and no sanding. Depending how deep it is you may just be able to buff it out if it's just in the clear coat.

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    I'll be giving this method a try later today. Repairing Paint Chips On A BMW Or MINI - YouTube

    I bought the crystal black silica touch up paint and the Lanka blob remover.

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