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post #1 of 7 Old 03-16-2014, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Dr. Color Chip

I have a couple chips on the front of my new 14. Has anybody used this with good results?

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Yes I used it on a 350 z, do not expect miracles it will however make the chip blend in better, I used it to blend major road rash to not stick out so much.

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I tried it on my truck. Not worth the $$$. I'm glad I didn't get it for all my vehicles.
It doesn't fill chips. It's just paint you smear into the chip and buff out.

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I used it on my 2011 and had no issues. It was much cheaper than getting the area repainted. I only had three small chips. After completed you had to look to find the chips. The color match was good and I had the IOM.

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Thanks guys! Yeah all i want to do is cover it up so it dont look so obvious but at the same time not look like crap. With it being white you can see the primer really well. Wont hurt to give it a try.

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I have used it with great results.You just need to make sure you use light pressure when buffing it out with the chemical they give you and give it enough drying time before you buff out.It takes a little time and patience but the end result works.


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I have used it with great results.You just need to make sure you use light pressure when buffing it out with the chemical they give you and give it enough drying time before you buff out.It takes a little time and patience but the end result works.
Thanks ill keep that in mind. I did order a kit so we will see.

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