Now I'm no expert on car paint, but here's my feeling on the subject...mfong said:gosh darnit!
ok, i'll call up the dealer.
will this chip induce rust? that's the only thing im concerned about.
You can buy them at the parts counter at your dealer...mfong said:couldn't find paint stick.. lmao
and what's that website for the Americans? the saab store in America somewhere... oh man im so vague
got it. I'll buy some clay today. When i use the clay, does the surface have to be dry? It's raining right now :cheesy:Aero Slaab said:I have not used Langka myself, but plan on ordering it. A few friends have used this with good results.
Get as good a match to the original paint as you can. Paintscratch.com is another excellent source for touchup materials (including clearcoat).
Also - try www.autopia.org for detailed instructions on chip repair. Even with out the Langka product, I was able to get decent results.
Good Luck with your repairs.
Edit: I just got a good look at the damage in the pic you posted. If this is just paint transfer from a door, try claybar and a good paint polish. That might remove the blemish altogether. If it is indeed a chip, then proceed with your repair.
No, the clay should come with a lubricant, you shouldnt allow the paint to be dry or the clay will end up on the paint, rather than the impurities dragged off the paint and into the claymfong said:got it. I'll buy some clay today. When i use the clay, does the surface have to be dry? It's raining right now :cheesy: