Any time you have damaged paint, the imagination goes wild wondering what a body shop is going to charge to fix it. And, blending paint color? That’s where touch-up gets tricky and dicey at best.
Paint damage can run into hundreds of dollars depending upon how bad the damage is. Some colors are challenging to blend—especially metallic. Of course, there’s always body damage that only a professional body shop should handle and do it properly.
What we’re dealing with here are minor scrapes and scratches you can handle yourself via AutomotiveTouchup. With a longstanding history of mixing its own proprietary formulas for body shops and collision centers, AutomotiveTouchup has become a highly respected provider of specialty automotive aerosol spray paint cans, touch up bottles, pens and other self-help products. You’re going to like what these folks can do for you. What’s more, there’s a professional staff on the other end of the phone, ready to help you.
AutomotiveTouchup’s team coordinates a precision-driven process for the formulation of 60,000 OEM colors from its state-of-the-art facility on the Gulf Coast in New Orleans. We’re talking over 300,000 custom-mixed formulas and pharmaceutical-grade scales calibrated to precise tolerances. AutomotiveTouchup formulates each color by using only the highest quality auto paint from the most credible names in the industry.
Each product AutomotiveTouchup offers has been designed for the sole purpose of making it as easy as possible to do the job correctly yourself. Most AutomotiveTouchup products are custom tailored to perform at the highest level possible for your specific application. The brush inside every cap of its ½ oz. and 2 oz. touch up paint bottles features a special filament that is soft, angle cut, and solvent resistant, which makes application easy. Their proprietary clear coat formulation sets the industry standard for gloss quality and ease of use. AutomotiveTouchup’s pro-grade aerosol spray tip delivers a gentle, finely atomized, even (but wider) spray fan that is as close to spray gun quality as possible.
AutomotiveTouchup’s tech support people are standing by, in the event you have a question, and its experienced and knowledgeable staff of professionals take time to answer your questions and to help you get it right. We’re at Full Throttle Kustumz in Fillmore, California, working with Ray McClelland’s 2017 Mustang GT coupe, which has minor nicks and scratches which need to be worked out. Technician Brian Short took the time to show us how you can eliminate tiny scratches and nicks on YOUR Mustang’s surface.
Any time you have damaged paint, the imagination goes wild wondering what a body shop is going to charge to fix it.