It happens to the best of us. We get a new car in a color we love, and something puts a scratch in it. It might be the family pet, it might be a child with a bike, it might be a fender bender, or it might be a falling branch. Whatever the reason, scratches and nicks are unsightly and diminish the value of your vehicle. Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to repair chips and scratches in your car’s paint job. Read on to learn all about it.
Avoid Problems in the First Place
Maybe you’re reading this and saying “but what I need is Audi touch up paint! I already have the chink!” It can’t hurt, though, to think about how to prevent more scratches in the future. First, know that more than half of all damage to car surfaces from keying or scratches. To avoid these, don’t deliberately provoke people and leave plenty of room around you while you’re driving. Also, don’t park in places where your car is vulnerable, such as next to other cars that aren’t lined up properly, in a place wh