When it comes to my car I am the type of person that is always working to try to keep it as nice as I can, so it infuriates me to no end when I start to find stone chips or other dings on my car from the simply driving that I am doing.
I have purchased paint from the dealer in the past but even when the paint is supposed to be the right color it always seems to be just a little bit off when it comes to my car and I can tell the difference when I try and cover up the blemish.
Recently I became aware of a company named Chipex. Chipex is a revolutionary car paint touch-up system that outperforms all other touch-up paints. The reason for this seemed to be the system that they have created for not only applying paint but also applying a blending solution to allow you to truly get a good mix for the paint integration and blend that you desire.
I tried this on my car recently and while at first I was skeptical I was willing to give this a shot and see if it could fix some of the chips that I did have on the car itself.
As I was using this I will say that you do need to follow the instructions. I tried this one time and I know that I did not let it dry as long as it should have. That being said I tried again and followed the directions to the letter and then applied the blending solution. I waited a bit longer than was required just to be safe and once I blended I found that Chipex really did a great job at matching and blending in the color around the area that was effected. Once I applied the polish I could not really see the scratches that I was covering unless I really came up close and knew where to look.
After using Chipex I have to say that I am very impressed and I would have no qualms at using this product again for other vehicles in the future!
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