Originally Posted by centennial
Thomas, thanks for the offer but in my case I am just going to fix it with Ford touch up paint. I know the the way a body shop would do if they indeed wanted to do properly. There would be small areas of basecoat blending and then a coat of clear over a huge span of panels done in a dealership bodyshop. Not for me unless the car was in a collision. Personally I can live with a minor chip imperfection that is at the least going to be sealed up and presentable once I am done.
I just started on mine, painted, sanded, clearcoated, still need to polish, but it looks better than the chips did, is not really noticeable unless the light hits it a certain way.