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Re: Son of a be-atch!
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while on the subject of paint anyone got any ideas how to repair stone chips? ( i have fairly nasty on on the bonnet)
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Depending on size/how perfect you want it to be, you can either have a go at touching it up yourself with one of those small bottles of touch-up paint (don't use the supplied brush, buy a small one from an art or model shop) or you could get a mobile "invisible" paint repair man round who should be able to just respray the area around the chip. I've had this done for minor scrapes before and the results are excellent. Might be overkill for a stone chip though! (I'd go the touch-up route myself).