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    chaps,

    looking to mask some of the more unsighlty marks on the car . mainly front bumper and leading edge of bonnet (unsurprisingly) stone chip heaven.

    i found this on ebay and contacted a fella who invested in some. he said that it worked well on his ford st170

    but, i would trust the opinion of fellow bm drivers a touch more .

    so , anyone used this stuff

    http://www.drcolorchip.com/how-it-works.shtml
     
     

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    actually looks a very good system..at the end off the day it cant be any worse than bare stone chips so what you got too lose..also save a load off time wiping the whole bonnet area..i used a twisted piece off masking tape dipped in my paint..tho very tricky..thats how my body shop guy does it
     
     

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    sounds to good to be true how mutch do you get in a kit? and what price is it?
    love life as much as your car
     
     

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    Same as ChipEx. See my experiences here
    2013, Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, PDK, Sports Exhaust, Chrono, etc, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark@vorny.co.uk View Post
    Same as ChipEx. See my experiences here
    yep , already seen yours mark. i think you mentioned would it work with normal touch up stick and some alcohol of some form as the blending solution... maybe i'll try in a WELL hidden area

    raffa n seb would be horrified to find me waisting alcohol on car cleaning
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by chambo View Post
    yep , already seen yours mark. i think you mentioned would it work with normal touch up stick and some alcohol of some form as the blending solution... maybe i'll try in a WELL hidden area

    raffa n seb would be horrified to find me waisting alcohol on car cleaning

    Try petrol

    Seb would be more horrified if you were using a meat pie
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