I found that doing exactly as above, giving it a few days then trying some t-cut "colourfast" on the area sometimes helps to blend the repair into the rest of the paintwork. Use it with caution though.Originally posted by jimmy
Get the paint warm by keeping it in your pocket for a while, use a cocktail stick or sharpened matchstick instead of the brush. Apply in several thin layers rather than a blob. And finish off with the laquer.
That langka stuff was no good on metallic paint.
Originally posted by Sp!ke
Have a look here
there seems to be a mixed response on this, for some it worked a treat and for others less so. It seems that the colour of your paint makes a difference. the lighter the colour the better it works. If your cars not metallic, I think it will work perfectly.
Eitherway, its relatively cheap and probably worth a try - you never know your luck
Originally posted by simonl
Yeah, I found the Langka thread. Someone (can't remember who) with the same colour car as me had bad luck with it. Cheers anyway!