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Old 10-24-2007, 08:43 PM   #11
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16U and 9753 are both the paint codes. Just depends on what number you go by.
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16U and 9753 are both the paint codes. Just depends on what number you go by.
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I just picked up some Dupli-Color General Motors Bright White 16/9753 "Scratch Fix 2 in 1". I got it for $5 at Walmart. I hope it comes out alright.
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I just picked up some Dupli-Color General Motors Bright White 16/9753 "Scratch Fix 2 in 1". I got it for $5 at Walmart. I hope it comes out alright.
Did it yesterday and it came out really good, matches the color exactly, and from 5 feet or more away you can't even notice that there is a touch up paint on it. Close up you can tell because it'* lower than the rest of the paint.
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I just picked up some Dupli-Color General Motors Bright White 16/9753 "Scratch Fix 2 in 1". I got it for $5 at Walmart. I hope it comes out alright.
Did it yesterday and it came out really good, matches the color exactly, and from 5 feet or more away you can't even notice that there is a touch up paint on it. Close up you can tell because it'* lower than the rest of the paint.

You Can build up the paint with a few layers till its abouve the old paint. Let it dry real good after a few days then water sand it smooth then polish it to a shine... should be nearly invivisable on a white car
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