Is there a paint that gives the same finish as the black dull metal on the back edge of the front door?
Mine<br>has some lightening happening which may be from the Chev dealer doing something to it getting it ready to resell.
Wondering if inn doing something wrong or should just go to the dealer.
I have a few rock chips to repair, of which I'm a little surprised at how easily the paint has chipped considering my other vehicles never had such drastic chipping over such a short period of time.
So I unfortunately noticed quite a few scratches on the body of my car...
They aren't so much gouges as just long scratches. Does anyone have a good walk thru of how to use touch up paint? I've never done it before, and do not want to mess it up.
I'm looking for some touch-up paint for the painted alloy wheels that come on the LTZ cruze and I'm finding two shades listed, is there any way to tell which shade is the one that matches the wheels correctly?
The two I see are
WA569F-W Sterling Silver (matt/wheel)
WA9967 Sparkle Silver...
Today did some touch-ups on the bumper. Got the paint from the dealer...white summit code 50(wa-8624), worst match ever seen with touch-up paint...it's darker and more cream like than white. The bottle was shaken before and at room temperature. First time doing touch-ups and having a mismatch...
Just bought my Cruze 2011 from the dealer yesterday and it was a demo model (got a nicer deal on it). Too bad when I got it from the dealer, it was at night and I couldn't see a scratch on it till this morning.
The scratch is about 2 inches long, and it reveals a silver layer...