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Old 07-14-2013, 10:08 AM   #1
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paint chip repair

edit - gee, I should learn how to spell "repair"

hey all,

wondering if you guys have any experience using the products mentioned in this video

Three products are mentioned for what seems to be a pretty comprehensive solution
"paint chip repair kit"
"factory touch up paint"
"Dr color chip road rash repair kit"
These are all sold at http://www.bavauto.com (maybe other places), but their stupid ASP site doesn't let me link directly to the product pages.

the 330ci I'm about to buy has a few chips and some very minor rash. I'm thinking of doing something like this before I have a clear bra done.

thoughts?




huh, weird, I can't seem to get the youtube URL to show. search youtube for Repairing Paint Chips On A BMW Or MINI

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Sorry - it was the link to results of a search using "paint chip" and gave details of other members experience with the various products.
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i found some previous discussions. thanks for the assistance
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