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Old 07-10-2006, 02:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Paint chip repair

I need to fill some chips on the front hood and came across a product called LANGKA on The product is suposed to smooth out paint blobs left from tuch up paint. Has anyone used this product, if so is it worth the $29.00? http://www.langka.comused:
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Here is the working link:

You attached the smiley face to the link, so it didnt work

I must say, that is a very cool product... I am esp interested, since my car was just recently keyed....

Anyone try this product yet?
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Another option is buying the OEM touch up paint and carefully applying it with a tooth pic. It helps if the tooth pic is just barely wet with paint. Using a magifying glass really makes it easy too.
Repeat the tooth pic procedure with the clear coat.
No blobs!

I almost never use the cap brush that comes with the paint.
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I found the toothpick trick to work nicely. Instead of using the brush get a ball of paint on the end of a tooth pick and let it touch the chip and fill, less ikky mess...but this stuff looks interesting
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