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Customer Reviews For Color N Drive Touch Up Paint

Matches perfect ! High quality !

MINERAL GREY METALLIC - B39

Basic Pack

This is awesome I painted my bmw professionally and it cost $4,500 :-( and two weeks later there’s a dent all across the back and dark scratches I didn’t have the money to do it again and I saw this so figured I’d try , it matches exact and went on so even that I can’t even till where the scratch was ! And for the price it was , I wish I’d found it the first time before spending all the cash I did !


Excellent

SPARKLING BROWN METALLIC - B53

Basic Pack

The kit was pretty useful and as advertised. It was promptly shipped and delivered.


Great touch up kit

BLACK SAPPHIRE METALLIC - 475

Basic Pack

Color match perfect and product does the job.


Perfect

ALPINE WHITE II - 218

Basic Pack

Pros: Paint, cloth towel, paint brushes, foam, wax etc are all provided. Paint color matched exactly. 

Cons: Brush could be finer


From a few feet my kind of amateur paint job is hardly visible, but very noticeable from close up. All in all for not going to the shop and spending $40 instead of $500 I'll take the result.


Exact color and does the job

ALPINE WHITE II - 218

Basic Pack

Exactly as shown and came quickly.

Would buy again!


wow it does really work

RACE RED - PQ

Pro Pack

I was delightly surprised with this product. Wish there was more instructions for different types of repairs ( chips..scratches.... deep scratches etc)

 I had played around with it on a very large scratch and I figured out how to use the product (no thanks to the instructions). I waxed my car afterwards and you can barely see where it was damaged.


wow it does really work

RACE RED - PQ

Pro Pack

I was delightly surprised with this product. Wish there was more instructions for different types of repairs ( chips..scratches.... deep scratches etc)

 I had played around with it on a very large scratch and I figured out how to use the product (no thanks to the instructions). I waxed my car afterwards and you can barely see where it was damaged.


even a beginner can get it right.

RACE RED - PQ

Pro Pack

Easy to use, works well, I've never touched up paint before but bought a cheap car with several large scratches and didn't care enough to pay a pro to fix them. just wanted them less noticeable and this managed to do that. kit has easy instructions and matched perfectly.


Update...the box has arrived!

MAGNETIC METTALLIC - J7

Basic Pack

Nice kit! Customer service is on their game too.


Best color match to date!!

ETERNAL BLUE PEARL - B96P-C

Plus Pack

I will tell you that this paint, for whatever reason comes the closest to matching, it has even surpassed the dealer supplied paint. 

I have found over the years that this system works the best:1. Clean the area and LIGHTLY sand with 400 grit sand paper (I break off a piece and use a Q-Tip) 

2. Use the cleaning solution 

3. I usually advise using a automotive primer, but I have done without and it seemingly has worked...also sometimes the paint can melt with the primer and distort the color. 

4. Apply the paint in a thin layer...if needed you can wait 48hrs and apply a second layer (do not go thick or it will peel/blister) 

5. Wait an hour and using the cleaning solution with almost no pressure (or it will wipe off what you just did)...the purpose of this is to remove excess paint from the non-prepped area 

6. Wait 48hrs and apply a carnauba wax to the entire car (or, at the very least, the entire panel)I promise if you follow these steps it will look like nothing happened.

 It seems like a lot of work, but if you add up all the time (minus waxing the car) it's only about 30mins.


color matches well but the paint thickness is noticeably less.

B561P - DYNO BLUE PEARL

Plus Pack

Does a good to a decent job. Color match isn't perfect but on the edge where I had a nick and needed an actual brush (2cms long and half a cm wide area) I dont notice it unless i look right at it. Basically, if I were to sell the car to an average Joe I dont think they would even notice. The bigger issue in my case is less the color and more just getting the thickness right. I'll give it a few more months and see if it fades to match a little better too. I might add a coat too. Still personally a better than getting a $1000 paint match job that would have cost me.