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Stone Chip in paint on black hood

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    Stone Chip in paint on black hood

    Any suggestions to try to hide a newly acquired stone chip in my hood? I've heard that there might be a product that works like a filler that is colored and then you polish and wax but I have not seen it. This chip is not huge but can be seen easily.

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    actually the best way is to use your touch up bottle or get one from the dealer. Use a very fine brush or a tooth pick to fill it it. do this every few days till completely filled in then buff it out.

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    Hey thanks for the tip. I give it a try.

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    A syringe will work the best for actually filling it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    A syringe will work the best for actually filling it in.
    'injecting' the SS... it would really have road rage then!!!

    yes that would work as well. all the methods that have been suggested will work. gotta love our black cars...


    how have you been Y2K?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSwt00SS View Post
    'injecting' the SS... it would really have road rage then!!!

    yes that would work as well. all the methods that have been suggested will work. gotta love our black cars...


    how have you been Y2K?
    Been fussing with the g/f a lot the past few weeks but I think we are finally past it now. Hopefully I can spend some time with car stuff again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    A syringe will work the best for actually filling it in.
    Are you going to tell my parents why I need a syringe. "But mom its for my car"

    Preston, You going to be out this weekend? I'm having trouble getting my FRC on.
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    Since its black its very easy to paint and cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bevenue View Post
    Preston, You going to be out this weekend? I'm having trouble getting my FRC on.
    Possibly so, but can't say positively at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Been fussing with the g/f a lot the past few weeks but I think we are finally past it now. Hopefully I can spend some time with car stuff again
    sorry to hear about the lady troubles Y2K. i know since you can't hit 'em, i suggest shaking the shit out of 'em...

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    The best way to fix this that I have found is get in an accident and get a whole new front end and paint job like me

    But seriously I was just about to go to town with the touch up brush before my accident. I had probably about 20 or so chips on my nose and hood from when they stripped and paved the main road in my town.

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