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Best way to handle minor paint chipping

Discussion in 'Exterior, Paint, Cleaning & Detail' started by Bob McKay, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. Bob McKay

    Bob McKay New Member

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    Hello

    I have some very minor chipping on the top of my Ford Escape and I'm wondering if anyone has a inexpensive quick fix before I take it in and it costs me an arm and a leg. I've heard certain car companies make paint pens for quick touchups but I haven't seen any from Ford.

    Thanks
  2. Action

    Action Moderator Staff Member Respected Member

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    Paint pens are readily available from a variety of sources. A Ford Lincoln Dealership would be one. Many on line sources as well. Here is just one.

    https://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-mo...m_term=1101201852180&utm_content=All Products

    You would need to know the paint code on the warranty sticker. Usually on the driver's door jamb.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>Action
  3. pkevins

    pkevins Active Member

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    +1 to above; if you don't want to haunt a Ford parts counter, I've been very satisifed with the products sold by Automotive Touchup for my older cars.

    Kevin

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