Clearing the Surface Before Applying Touch-Up Paint

When you see a scratch on your car that has removed a small amount of paint, you might think that you need to go to a body shop to have your car painted. However, a small amount of touch up paint can usually cover most minor scratches. Make sure you order the correct color, which can be done at Jenkins Nissan.

Put a small amount of paint on a metal surface to ensure that the color will match your car. Wait until you're in an area with low humidity and shade before applying touch up paint so that you get the best results with the color and texture.

Clean the area with soap and water to remove as much dirt as possible. If you see metal, then apply primer before applying the first layer of paint. After the paint has dried, you can visit a dealership or body shop in Lakeland, FL to ensure that there is no damage to your vehicle and that the paint is blended correctly.

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