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Stone chip removal help.

Kayobong Aug 18, 2018

  1. Kayobong

    Kayobong Well-Known Member TFSI Owners Group Golf GTI DSG

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    So my new car has a few stone chips and they seem to be rather deep and expose the meal below, they're not big but there's a few and I was wondering what the best course of action would be as the paintwork is in very good condition apart from the chips. I was most likely going to go to a professional but I don't really know where to start! Not very acquainted with any bodywork specialists, or alternatively is there anything I could do about the chips myself.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Buxton2901

    Buxton2901 Well-Known Member

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    Get the colour matched touch up pen and touch them in yourself. That's what I do

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  4. jassyo06

    jassyo06 Voodoo Man ! S3 Saloon Audi S3 Black Edition Porsche Voodoo Blue

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    and get yourself touch up paint Daytona should be readily available from even Halfords mate

    Ps l had to get a verified Porsche approved body shop to get my touch up paint...£50.and l still have'nt had the time to fill them in....they go deep into the abyss....of jassys mind......but will get around to sorting them oot soon....lol
     
  5. jassyo06

    jassyo06 Voodoo Man ! S3 Saloon Audi S3 Black Edition Porsche Voodoo Blue

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    link didny work Loew cornell paint pen from Amazon
     

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