#touch up paint for cars
Directions for use:
Always start by washing the area that you are painting with soap and water. Then wipe the area down with wax and grease remover. You should then lightly scuff the area that you are painting with a gray scotch brite pad, this will give the paint something to stick to. If using primer use a red scotch brite pad before applying primer. After applying primer wait 1 hour (or until fully dried), and then sand with 600 grit sandpaper.
First test the spray can on something besides your car. Do this to get used to how the can sprays. Then spray the area that you are repairing with 2 to 3 coats of color (or until full coverage is achieved). Wait 5 minutes between coats. If you are using clearcoat wait 30 minutes before starting to apply the clearcoat. Apply 2 to 3 coats waiting 5 minutes between coats.
Our paints are extremely flexible and can used over metal or plastic. You will not need an additional flex additive for flexible bumpers.
Basecoat vs. Single Stage
Basecoat colors tend to match cars better. Most cars produced since 1985 are painted in basecoat. You can use Single Stage Paint on these cars for inconspicuous spots, but you will recieve a better color match in basecoat. Solid colors usually match well in both single stage and basecoat. Metallic and pearl colors match better in basecoat.