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Touch Up Paint Technique – Leveling Solvent (blob remover)

This video shows a quick automobile advanced touch up paint technique that can be enhanced with The Ultimate Car Scratch Remover System. The trick to “camouflage” a automobile touch up paint repair is to first prep the area making it as nice as possible then apply the paint with precision and then finally polish lightly again to give the area to good reflectance (very shiny). The high reflectance will help make the automobile touch up paint not stand out when viewed from a normal distance (approx 3 feet) and thus overall “virtually invisible”.

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Touch Up Paint Technique – Wet Sanding  (old skool)

This video shows a quick automobile touch up paint technique that can be enhanced with The Ultimate Car Scratch Remover System.   The trick to “camouflage”  a automobile touch up paint repair is to first prep the area making it as nice as possible then apply the paint with precision and then finally polish lightly again to give the area to good reflectance (very shiny).  The high reflectance will help make the automobile touch up paint not stand out when viewed from a normal distance (approx 3 feet) and thus overall “virtually invisible”.

To find out more about the Ultimate Car Scratch Remover System BUNDLED with the Ultimate Touch Up Paint kit go here >>>>The Ultimate Touch Up Paint Bundle<<<<<<



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Touch Up Paint Technique – (Syringe & micro tip brush methods)

How to touch up car paint on extremely deep scratches that have penetrated to primer or metal.  Always remove as many clear coat scratches as possible prior to applying touch up paint with a high quality car scratch remover system.  Do not apply a glaze or wax sealant at this stage, this is because you will apply paint and you want it to adhere to the scratch void.  Glaze and sealant are applied after the paint has fully dried (one to two days).

By making the area have good reflectance (shiny) the touch up paint will blend into the area better and not stand out.  This is how a PRO would approach this type of repair;  Remove as much of the defects (scratches) as possible in the clear coat, then apply touch up paint.  Depending on the type of scratch there are a variety of way to apply the paint. I will cover the best way for a long thin scratch in this video.  In other videos I will cover different types of touch up paint techniques while using the Ultimate Car Scratch Remover System.

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