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How to Paint your stone chips and scratches in your car, fast and affordably! Painting you Dents and Dings is easier than you may think! Looking at Stone chips and small scratches in your car or truck can really be frustrating especially if you don’t have the money to pay someone to repair them! Here we give you the tricks and the tools needed on how to FILL and paint those pesky stone chips and scratches!

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USA Tools:

Small Lac Thinner

Large Lac Thinner

Rubbing Alcohol

Razor Blades

Magic Markers

Hand Scissors

Spray Bottles

Touch Up Paint -Pen

Touch Up Paint- Spray

Auto Body Tape

Green Masking Paper

Hole Punch

Wax Paper

Bondo Glazing Putty

2000 Grit Sand Paper

Mothers Carnauba Clnr Wax

Wax Applicator

Micro-Fiber Towels

WARNING: This paint procedure is for the “PERFECTIONIST” if that is NOT YOU, THEN this may not be the procedure for you to follow!

Due to factors beyond the control of SWEET PROJECT CARS, we cannot guarantee against the improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Make sure you check with your manufacturer to make sure this will not affect your factory warranty. SWEET PROJECT CARS assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in these videos. Use this information at your own risk. SWEET PROJECT CARS recommends safe practices when working with tools seen or implied in our video and written content. Due to factors beyond the control of SWEET PROJECT CARS, no information contained on this YouTube channel shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this content is the sole responsibility of the user and not SWEET PROJECT CARS.

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  1. Julio Diez

    Fantastic! Thank you so very much for this educational video.

  2. CTAjunior

    I don’t have 1 stage paint, couldn’t find it anywhere but I’m thinking of just dab in a little clear coat into the paint like you showed us in another video. Question is how much should I dab? 1/2 to 1 or 1 to 3 paint ratio?

  3. David Jones

    Your knuckles are very hairy😁… Awesome job my friend. I'm def using this technique.

  4. turbografx16

    Hi Mike,

    I've watched a couple of your vids with different methods for removing excess paint/bondo.

    Would you recommend using sandpaper or a razor to remove excess bondo?

    As for excess paints; I'm using a touch up brush, would it be better to sand, razor, or rub with acetone/nail polish remover?


  5. Twobarpsi

    Wax paper looks like the mask from Scream! Lol

  6. Dan FR

    One of the best auto channels on YouTube!! Pure genius techniques, straight to the point with no bullshit ! Awesome !!

  7. Roger Briggs

    You smoothed the glazing putty even with the existing paint. Won't that make the touch up paint higher? Does it shrink below the paint level when it dries?

  8. Sweet Project Cars

    Hello My SPC friends, see this video ** *IF YOU ONLY HAVE A COUPLE CHIPS & SCRATCHES* AND THIS VIDEO FOR A MORE IN-DEPTH REPAIR ** ** THESE ARE great alternatives and work really well.

    NOW, for this video, your LARGEST challenge will be to get the EXACT matching color, there is nothing we can do to help you with that, we wish we could. Another issue you may run into will be if you spray too much paint on, if you do, just sand it down smooth very lightly with ONLY 2000 or 3000 grit wet and dry sandpaper, while using your spray bottle mixed with water and dish soap, this will not hurt your clear coat on the existing paint, then you will need to lightly buff it out by hand or with a buffer with a good polishing compound. Good luck my friends. NOW if you want to CLEAR COAT it, this is very simple, Just follow the video then once you have completed all the painting, place your Template back on and spray a VERY LIGHT coat of clear and YOU'RE DONE 🙂

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