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Yes them paint chips are and I just got some touch up primer, paint, and clear coat to repair them soon.
I know everyone deals with them, but other than a car bra and wax, what are other ways to keep them away.

I don't even tailgate, and I've been thinking of different strategies of driving and they don't really work.
If I drive too fast, I end up getting too close to the cars.
If I drive slowly or with everyone, there are those people who cut you off closely..

Most annoying fact is that its a 2009 and I already have a few chips.
 

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Here in BC, it is the LAW, that you HAVE to pass someone, if there's a passing lane available, even if you're a half mile back. This only applies in the winter, when we have our roads graveled, with pea-sized crush. Pi$$es me off to no end. Stones flying all over the place. It's good if you own a windshield repair shop, though.
 

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Look into 3M Paint Protection Film before it's too late. My parents have it on their cars and it is great! Stay away from VentureShield, though....that stuff is pure crap.
 

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QUOTE (craigbrooks @ Jun 9 2010, 02:42 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=331391
and check this link before you dab touch-up paint on your car.

http://drcolorchip.com/

this is much better.

What about scratches...wife's car got 'keyed' on both doors on passenger side doors...

Looks kinda scary to me...what if it does not buff-off?


Sounds funny to me: "Our blending solution is also a proprietary concoction that is required to complete most repairs"

Concoction? Shoot that sounds vague...
 

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Klute,
There is a guy that comes to our dealership and does the very same thing this claims to do and it works. I wish I had known about it before I dabbed black touch-up on the hood of the Mustang.
 
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