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    Re: Touch up pen

    I ordered another paint pen. This time I got one that had the reservoir attached to the pen. The last one kept falling off causing a mess.

    The tiny chips need to be wet sanded to remove the ridges and then a fine artist brush to fill the chip. Multiple thin coats with adequate drying time between coats is necessary so that the paint won't lift. Metallic paint, which I have will never be perfect. So don't beat yourself up if you can still see the repaired rock chip. Remember only you can see it. LOL

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    Re: Touch up pen

    Have any video about this pen?

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    Re: Touch up pen

    Yes there is. Check out Ammonyc Rock Chip Touch-up Tool: Museum Porsche 911
    Larry is a good guy and has help me out several times.

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    Re: Touch up pen

    Check with your local NAPA dealer for touch up pen with resevoir

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    Re: Touch up pen

    You can order it on Amazon under Gold Label Detailing Fine Line Fluid Writer Paint Applicator

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    Re: Touch up pen

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    Has anyone used the touch up pen that has a reservoir on the top? Is it really that much better than using a fine artist brush?
    Use a syringe


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    Re: Touch up pen

    Our touch up tool arsenal at the shop includes one of these fine line pens (with the reservoir), lab syringes, and tooth pics. The pen thing works great but is difficult to use on side panels or anywhere where you cant keep the reservoir upright. A syringe might work best for the larger chip you are describing because if you fill it to much you can suck some back out and get it perfectly level with the OEM paint.
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