A scratch on your vehicle doesn't have to result in a complete paint job. You can touch up the area with paint that matches the color that's on your car. All you need is a small bottle of paint and a few other materials.

There are a few different techniques to keep in mind depending on the size of the area that you're covering. You also need to factor in whether there are faded areas or if there's any rust on your car. Although the process might not be perfect, it will usually be sufficient and save a good bit of money instead of hiring a professional.

Before painting, you need to get the right color. There should be a code on the vehicle's firewall that will give you the details you need for the color of paint that you need to get. Helena Motors can also locate this information. Practice on a piece of metal before applying the paint. Let the area on your vehicle dry to determine if another coat is needed.



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