What would be the best kind of stuff to repair some chipped paint on my
I thought I might use a dab of some sort of enamel paint, but now
thinking the finished result might actually look worse than having the
Is there some product whereby I could almost invisibly repair the damage?
In my experience it is almost impossible to match the enamel with any
aftermarket chip repairs kits (which tend to be rather expensive). Over time
the enamel will fade with sunlight, heat, cleaning products etc etc. So I'd
just buy a small tin of (white?) enamel and carefully apply it with a nice
soft brush. It's better to apply several coats to build up the depth of
enamel rather than one blob ... allowing sufficient time in-between each
coat for the coat to dry.
I got a spray once ... still have the darn thing ... tried it once and it
looked cream in comparison to the fridge door it was meant to match
You could try Tipex, Ed. Tipex liquid paper is the only thing that, sort
of, stays white enough when applied to any surface. To keep it more water
resistant, buff a coat of bees wax on top, after the Tipex dries out
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