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Has anybody any luck with touch up paint? I noticed a few chips on the top of the car, and I'm doing cosmetics on the car this weekend, curb rash repair, full polish detail and hopefully paint touch up.

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I Used Lexus Paint Pen (one Side Has Base Paint In It And Other Side Has Clear) Works Well. Each End Has A Felt Tip. A Little Tip Is To Use Matches For Touch Ups!
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It's really good. I used it on a heavy scratch and it really did the job nicely.
 

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I Used Lexus Paint Pen (one Side Has Base Paint In It And Other Side Has Clear) Works Well. Each End Has A Felt Tip. A Little Tip Is To Use Matches For Touch Ups!
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Did you buy the paint pen at the dealership?..how much?...I have couple little rock chips I wouldn't mind touching up (I'm a little OCD when it comes to my cars).
 

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I have an obsidian black car and I had a nasty door rash courtesy of some idiot at Starbucks a few months ago. An area, the size of a penny on one of the rear passenger door was nicely scraped to white.

On my last service trip to Newport Lexus, I asked to buy touch up paint and the tech put it in my car for me and the cost for the Lexus touch up paint was $11.64.

And then on my next detailing visit, my detailer applied the touch up paint and the result was it looked like......touch up paint on a black car. The white was all gone so it no longer attracts the attention of my eye every time I walk by my car, but if get up close you can obviously see it's touch up paint. But this is to be expected of any touch up paint I think.

What were you expecting? :)
 
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