Dr. Colorchip Road Rash Complete Paint Chip Repair Kit
Repair paint chips, certain types of scratches, and road rash professionally with Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Systems. Dr. ColorChip's incredible repair process results in smooth, perfectly matched paint with no paint blobs! High quality automotive paint and a proprietary blending solution fill and hide paint blemishes in two simple steps. Depend on Dr. ColorChip to heal your vehicle's paint.
If your vehicle has paint chips, you need a Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair System. The process is easy and the results are as close to perfect as a repair can get. Dr. ColorChip takes your vehicle's finish very seriously. Paints are mixed by hand one at a time to get the perfect match to your factory finish. Dr. ColorChip's blending solution ensures a smooth, blob-free repair that the casual observer will never notice. Professional repair shops, auto auctions, and dealerships all rely on Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Systems for high quality paint chip repair. You can, too.
The paint included with the Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair System Kit is better than any store-bought touch-up paint. It is a unique formulation of high-quality automotive tints and chemicals that, when used properly, allow it to dry very quickly. You can blend away all the excess paint in just minutes, leaving paint only in the chips. The blending solution eliminates blobs so the repair is level with the surrounding paint.
Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Systems are permanent solutions to paint chips, scratches, and road rash! The longest tested Dr. ColorChip paint repair is eight years and counting with no change in the repair paint. It doesn't shrink or change at all. Years from now, your Dr. ColorChip repair should appear just as it does after application.
A paint chip repair won't look good if the paint doesn't match. Dr. ColorChip paints always match. The paints are mixed when they are ordered, not before. When you place an order, you'll supply a factory color code that's found on your vehicle. Dr. ColorChip's technicians use that specific code to mix up a fresh batch of perfectly-matched paint by hand. If the color isn't a match, Dr. ColorChip will work with you to make it right - guaranteed.
Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Systems work better on some blemishes than others. The essential requirement is that the blemish be able to hold paint. Paint chips and deep scratches are great candidates and the repairs almost disappear. Road rash - numerous tiny paint chips - appears nearly invisible once repaired with Dr. ColorChip. Wide scratches, large paint chips, and long key scratches will all improve significantly.
Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Process:
Before repairing the paint, make sure the vehicle is clean and dry. You can use Dr. ColorPrep Paint Prep Solution to remove wax, silicone, and other contaminants that would affect paint adhesion. Generally, it is used to clean the area prior to using a touch up paint. Dr. ColorPrep is sold separately, but can be added to your order in the drop down box below for only an additional $6.95.
Step 1: Apply the paint with a brush. Then lightly smear the paint with your thumb until the paint is flat and flush across the chip. Reapply the paint as needed until the chip is uniformly filled. If smeared properly, the paint will be dry to the touch within a minute. For road rash, the paint may be applied to a T-shirt rag, then smeared across the panel to quickly address hundreds of tiny chips at once. (A T-shirt is best because it is a very flat, smooth fabric.)
STEP 2: Use Dr. ColorChip's blending solution to remove excess paint. Apply the solution to a soft, folded T-shirt rag and lightly rub over the excess paint. The paint will begin blending away after a few passes with the cloth. Use a soft microfiber towel to buff off the residual solution to an amazing shine. This process may be done within 2 minutes to 2 hours after applying the paint. Although the paint is dry to the touch, it will still take about a week to fully cure. However, it may be immediately exposed to water without coming out of the chips.
After you've repaired your paint with a Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair System, wax after one week. Avoid machine polishing the repaired area for at least 30 days. When you do need to polish, Dr. ColorChip recommends using a random orbital polisher and foam pads for the best results over the repaired area.
Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair Systems are perfect for do-it-yourself detailers and for professional detailers looking to offer a unique and highly valuable service. When used according to the directions, you won't find a faster, more simple and effective way to permanently repair chips.
Get a Dr. ColorChip Paint Chip Repair System and get rid of paint chips permanently!
Please submit the following vehicle information with your order: year, make, model, color name, color code.
The Dr. ColorChip Road Rash Kit repairs more than 2 dozen paint chips. It includes the following:
1 oz custom OEM match paint (Touch Up Paint)
4oz SealAct™ blending solution
1 ultra paint brush
1 microfiber towel
2 micro brushes
1 white blending cloth
1 chemical-resistant glove
This item is shipped directly from the manufacturer. Express and international shipping are not available.
Dr. ColorChip Return Policy:
Because each paint color is custom mixed when your order is placed, Dr. ColorChip does not accept returns. Unopened bottles cannot be returned. If the color of the paint you receive is incorrect, Dr. ColorChip will work with you to correct the paint color. Dr. ColorChip cannot guarantee that you will be able to repair all types of damage to your satisfaction. Please review the information provided here to determine if this kit is suitable for the type of damage on your vehicle.
Please note if your paint type is a Tri-coat pearl/ 3-stage color, meaning it was painted with a base coat, pearl coat and tinted clear coat, there is not a single-color formula that exactly matches. However, the paint you receive should allow for a very close color match and yield far better results than using regular touch-up paint.