thank you for that clarificationP3g is the code from the Korean built cars, color looks the same until viewed side by side, p3g is darker and has more metallic look than p3. P3g touch up paint will not match p3, as for the g at the end of the code I know it does not stand for gloss, I believe it's just a thing for different color formulas for color with the same name. Hope this helps
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I never thought of it that way. And that's exactly what it feels like when you approach that itty-bitty chip spot with that applicator.Will do, best to use something with more precision than the curling broom they supply
Watched the you-tube video on that product. Love the finished result and the basis of the application is ensuring the thickness of the repair matches the existing paint.A toothpick dipped in the touch up paint then applied to the chip "should" allow the paint to flow in.
I use DRcolorchip.com for my small repairs. Both on my powder white pearl Sonata and my laser red pearl metallic mustang.
If I lived closer, you could call me in for a consult. Since this is just an outer skin blemish, I think we can get by with a local instead of resorting to full anesthesia. Just in case, have a crash cart full of iced beer available should the procedure take a wrong turn and you have to call a code. :laughing: Good luck, Doc. :grin:Update, surgery is scheduled for tomorrow.
Picked up both the paint from dealership and fine pointed artist brush from Wally World this morning.
It's raining this morning. We live in a Condo so I want to do it to tommorrow outside for better light and practise the procedure on cardboard upstairs.
Both surgeon and patient are a nervous wreck.Will hold press conference once the patient is rolled back into the recovery room.^_^