Dupli-Color ACC0404 Metallic Shale Green Chrysler Exact-Match Scratch Fix All-in-1 Touch-Up Paint – 0.25 oz.

May 17, 2019 - Comment
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Dupli-Color Scratch Fix All-in-1 is a premium paint touch-up tool that allows enthusiasts and DIY’ers alike to prep, paint and seal scratches and chips using only one tool – anyone can do it! The Scratch Fix All-in-1 touch-up tool includes an abrasive fiberglass prep tip for removing loose paint and rust, exact-color match paint with two applicators; a pen tip for fine scratches and a chisel tip brush perfect for larger chips, and sealing clear coat with an ultra-smooth foam applicator, all to ensure you can achieve a perfect factory match repair, simply and easily, in your own driveway or garage. Keep your domestic or import car, truck, SUV or van looking new, longer with Dupli-Color Scratch Fix All-in-1.

Product Features

  • Abrasive tip removes loose paint and rust
  • One Coat Prime and Paint Formula
  • Pen tip for fine scratches
  • Brush end for larger chips
  • Clear coat to seal, protect and ensure a perfect factory matched finish

Comments

Anonymous says:

Save me big bucks (Brilliant black Pearl) I was going to buy a Mopar black and clear coat kit for 50 bucks and i found this for 13 bucks i said hell lets give it a try and it worked like a charm i covered up a small nick on my passenger side door and some paint chipping on my rear bumper of my 2011 dodge charger and you cant even tell its unless you really look there BUT! I do not recommend using the pen part on deep scratches the pen is more for very small rock chips.

Anonymous says:

Works well, but not great Matches fairly well, the problem I had was with the paint on a vertical surface it would run, even when putting on a very thin coat. Make sure you keep an eye on it to keep it from running. I ended putting a couple coats on and using a hair dryer to dry the paint right after application to keep if from running down the side of my truck.

Anonymous says:

Might as well have used nail polish I was leasing a 2015 Jeep Cherokee. Two weeks before it was due to be returned, I was side-swiped by a shopping cart leaving 5 marks. Two of the scuffs were able to be buffed out but the remaining 3 left dents and had scratches with paint removed. I had the dents removed before I attempted to touch up the scratches. I used the pen end of this product. My goal was to use as little paint as possible. The pen has to be depressed to allow paint to come out. There really is no way to control…

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