Depending on the size and type of touch-up project, the paint can be applied with a paint pen, brushed on from a bottle or sprayed from an aerosol can
New Orleans, La.—A three-step process, with materials and support from AutomotiveTouchup, can restore vehicle’s finish that’s been compromised with chips and scratches. Depending on the size and type of touch-up project, the paint can be applied with a paint pen, brushed on from a bottle or sprayed from an aerosol can.
The three steps include: surface preparation, painting and clearcoat. Painters with questions can start with a call to AutomotiveTouchup’s toll-free number 888-710-5192, where they can speak with technical experts, while the website www.automotivetouchup.com makes it easy to help find the correct color code for perfect-match paint.
The paint and supporting materials can be ordered over the phone or online; and once delivered in a complete kit, the video tutorials on the website provide guidance for even first-timers tackling the touch-up repairs themselves.
With formulations for more than 60,000 OEM colors, as well as the complementing clearcoat and the capability for mixing custom colors, AutomotiveTouchup also offers in a variety of application products, from bottles with brushes and paint pens for smaller nicks and scratches, to aerosol cans and larger cans of paint for use with spray guns.
The supporting materials include different grades of sandpaper, masking tape, surface prep products and more. AutomotiveTouchup even offers filler and spreaders for nicks and dings in metal and plastic bumper material.