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HOU Touch Up Paint Recommendation Needed

Discussion in 'Texas' started by Bill_OBrien, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. Bill_OBrien

    Bill_OBrien Formula Junior

    Oct 28, 2004
    404
    Houston, TX
    Full Name:
    Bill O'Brien
    I need to get some touch up paint done. Is there anywhere that anyone recommends? Mobile preferred or out toward Katy.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. MobileJay

    MobileJay Formula 3

    Sep 9, 2006
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    Jason Cavallo
    Is this for minor rock chips or something bigger? I have a guy that is great at touch up and mobile but for rock chips it wouldn't make sense cost wise.
     
  3. Bill_OBrien

    Bill_OBrien Formula Junior

    Oct 28, 2004
    404
    Houston, TX
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    Bill O'Brien
    Hi Jay

    Pretty minor. About 1/2 a dozen spots with one deeper scratch.
     
  4. MobileJay

    MobileJay Formula 3

    Sep 9, 2006
    1,334
    Houston
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    Jason Cavallo
    Sorry Bill, I just noticed you replied to my comment. If they are just minor rock chips I would suggest Dr. Colorchip as its the best touch up paint I've found to date. If you think they will need more work I have used Landon on multiple occasions and he's pretty damn good. 281-935-5190
     
  5. JLF

    JLF Formula Junior

    Sep 8, 2009
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    Dallas
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    JERRY
    Jay is this guy in Dallas? How does he touch it up? I have several small chips on front, not terrible but enough to bother me. I know if I try and do it it won’t come out great.


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  6. JLF

    JLF Formula Junior

    Sep 8, 2009
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    JERRY
    Oh sorry I just realized this was for Houston
     
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  7. MobileJay

    MobileJay Formula 3

    Sep 9, 2006
    1,334
    Houston
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    Jason Cavallo
    haha no worries. If you use the Dr. Colorchip I promise you can't mess up. If you are not happy with the results, the kits come with a cleaner that is used to remove excess paint from around the chip. You can use it to remove the paint from inside the chip and start over. Seriously it is super easy and user friendly. Look up some videos on youtube.
     

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