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Old 11-04-2002   #1  
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Chips in paint

I have a full bra on my car (yah i know theyre hideous, but i live in me and im tryin to preserve the front end of my car). Well when i was driving a rack flew into a space between the bra and the car, scratching and chipping the paint (down to the metal in one spot). So does anyone know where i can find this **** that was post on here(i looked for the post it was in) that when u apply touch up paint it removes the blob and evens it out, god cant remember what its called[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-mad.gif[/IMG]
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I dont recall there being a sort of "thinner" for putting paint on too thick...the best way to do touch up is use a toothpick....with one pointy end, dip it in the touch up the point in the scratch and let the paint dab its way down to the chip...put on several thin coats, not one big blob coat...that should work and things should look good! I have a bra on the car myself and it works wonders...just hate when crap gets stuck underneath it!

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