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Does Nissan offer touch up paint in spray cans? My buddy has an SRT-4 and Dodge has his color in a spray can, and for what I'm doing a spray can would work 10 times better. Anyone know about this?
 

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You can take your paint code to any reputable auto paint shop, & they s/b able to load a spray can up for you. We do this all the time.
 

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But do expect to pay for it, I got PPW white (base and pearl) plus clear coat and it cost me a pretty penny.

$32 per pint x 2 pints (one for each) $64
$8 per can x 4 cans (2 cans of each) $32 (still have some paint in the pint cans)
$13 x 2 cans clear $26

How cool it looks when it's all done: priceless!

Just make sure you have your mastercard :)

Chris
 

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Nope . . . a buddy of mine is wetsanding and polishing my entire car and using the paint to go over the ridiculous amount of chips on my front bumper/hood/fenders. He did the same thing on his SRT-4 and the result was amazing. No more orange peely paint or swirls!
 

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Nope . . . a buddy of mine is wetsanding and polishing my entire car and using the paint to go over the ridiculous amount of chips on my front bumper/hood/fenders. He did the same thing on his SRT-4 and the result was amazing. No more orange peely paint or swirls!
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:cheers: nuttin like dat fact'ry orange peel!
 

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be carefull.. the z clearcoat is very thin.. i buffed right through the white paint on a small corner.. i would never wet sand my z.. i just dont trust the paint quality
 
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