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Has anyone have any experience with LANGKA's Paint Chip and Scratch kit?

Complete Paint Chip Repair Kit:
If you can "catch" your fingernail in a scratch or chip, then this is the product you need to repair these unsightly areas. This complete kit contains all the items, except the touch-up paint, necessary for repairing your paint chips and deep scratches. Packaged in a decorative clamshell for easy storage and with complete directions.

The Kit includes:

1. The original LANGKA "The Blob Eliminator" (2oz) (enough to do 20-30 chips)
2. PREPAINT (2oz) for cleaning the chips prior to applying touch up paint
3. Paint Sealant (2oz) to protect and seal the finished repair
4. MicroBrush (3) a unique tool for applying touch up paint
5. Plastic Squeegie Card (1) a unique card used in this process
6. Microfibre Cloth (1) for wrapping around the plastic card
 

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Has anyone have any experience with LANGKA's Paint Chip and Scratch kit?

Complete Paint Chip Repair Kit:
If you can "catch" your fingernail in a scratch or chip, then this is the product you need to repair these unsightly areas. This complete kit contains all the items, except the touch-up paint, necessary for repairing your paint chips and deep scratches. Packaged in a decorative clamshell for easy storage and with complete directions.

The Kit includes:

1. The original LANGKA "The Blob Eliminator" (2oz) (enough to do 20-30 chips)
2. PREPAINT (2oz) for cleaning the chips prior to applying touch up paint
3. Paint Sealant (2oz) to protect and seal the finished repair
4. MicroBrush (3) a unique tool for applying touch up paint
5. Plastic Squeegie Card (1) a unique card used in this process
6. Microfibre Cloth (1) for wrapping around the plastic card
So, does this mean that you have to buy the manuf touch up paint separately?
 

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I tried it. It is OK but it is just as easy to buy a real good camel hair brush at your local craft shop. Expect to spend $5 to $9 for each brush. Buy a couple with a variety of small bristles. Just take your time with the touch up and you should build-up the color in the chipped area. If you create a blob, use some fine (2500 grit) sand paper and wet sand it smoothe (wrap the sand paper around a flat surface such as a popsicle stick).
 
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