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Old 11-09-2012, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by terri_atl View Post
Hi all, sent my car for a wash today and when it was done, I discovered under the very bright sun a couple of stone chips. Needless to say, I am upset.

So here I am, hoping someone here will give me good suggestions on how I should fix it. I heard stone chips need to be repair to prevent that area from rusting.

All constructive ideas are welcomed and much appreciated. Thank you!
I have the same color (last two cars). I swear by Dr. ColorChip...I've used it either professionally applied, or DIY for the last 12 years. All my cars have been black (jet black, or other variations). I'm quite satisfied with the results. As I "tracked" two of my BMWs, rock chips were an unfortunate result on the "nose" and lower "earo" part. The Dr. ColorChip treatment worked for me and it blended it quite well!
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