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I sustained a few chips on the hood over winter, and that is the exact product I was able to pick up from my dealership. Was around the same price from them as your Amazon listing. Still haven't done the touch-up work, but you'll want to make sure the applicator is fine enough for the chips. I will have a fine paint brush on hand so the touch-up is a precise as possible.
 

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I second this. I learned the hard way. But put on a very thin layer. Let it dry then do another.
Great to know. I called my local dealer and they didn't have any in stock so it looks like I'll order it online and grab a box of toothpicks.
 

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Also if it looks like you have too little on your toothpick you don't. Try to get as little as possible....and do layers.
 

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I've filled in several (too many) chips on the hood already. I cleaned the area with alcohol and then applied several thin coats with a tooth pick, allowing eat to dry in between coats. I should have spent the money to get the car clear coated properly when I bought it. The color is beautiful (Green Envy) but the quality of the paint job is crap.
 
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