How To Repair Paint Stone Chips




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randomrazr: have u considered PPF

PATRIOT MAN: It doesn't even match. On a vehicle like that. THAT SUCKS!

Farseer1995: Damn, this is a really aptly shown step y step process. Great job!

Kimchijiji: Liquid or paste carnuba wax? Whats more preferred so paint wont stick on unwanted areas?

T4nkc0mm4nd3r: I've found Langka blob eliminator is extremely useful for leveling without damaging the surrounding clear coat.

However, because I've skipped sanding at the start, on my black paint I can see the edges. Will redoing them and sanding at the start help reduce those lines?

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Tolliver Smith: where do you get your touch up sticks?

SpunkyZ3: Decent result but flattening will just remove the clear coat so it's not really an efficient way to do things. Have you tried pre-mixing the clear coat with the paint (about 75% paint, 25% clear coat) and applying in 1 step? Gives a good result and no issues with flattening the clear coat off.

Tiberiu Gherasim: Thanks for the tips. I'll try it. The front or my R35 is like going through puberty

CpnStbn12: Nice tip to use the fine tipped q tip. I even have some of those. Is the wax really important

50hellkat2: I really wanted to see the wet sanding .....ff sakes....this is the most technical part.

Marko Duduković: Wow, nice job! How long do you wait before applying lacquer over base paint? :)

ZDY: How often should one detail out the storm chips? Drove mine for a year, and I live in an area with a lot of pebbles, there literally black dots all over the car and brown clay (or I assume tone clay, can't possibly be rust right? It's only a year old)

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Gotallofthem1: Is the clear coat that you are using "ACRYLIC Clear"? I imagine its that, and not 2k Clear.

Gotallofthem1: Here is a Tip, first Sand down around the paint chip with 1000 grit (use the back of a pencil eraser). You want to sand a little into the "un-chipped paint".

Then follow with your step in filling in the paint chip, but when you clear coat make sure you add some into the 1000 grit sanded part (this will help with the blending). Once it is dry and hardened, follow up with light wet sand and buff.

Paul D: What polishing compound is used, I'm doing this on a black VW golf ?

bandgeekforever100: Without a clearcoat on that chip, the paint won't last as long. And you are supposed to use the polishing compound to smooth out the touch up area before applying the clear coat. And then polish again. Also, don't forget that it takes around one month for the clear coat to cure. So no waxing for a whole month. That also includes using soap with wax in it. I hope that helps some.

T4nkc0mm4nd3r: Fantastic job. Unfortunately I'll be repairing a chip this weekend...truck is barely a month old and I got a nasty hit down to the metal :/

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