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Got 03 sun-lit copper...
Ii got touch up apint color code R10 fromdaler..
I tried it but the color is not exactly same..
I shook it well, but the color looks darker than original..
Anybody else has same experience?
 

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yep,
same here.... it makes MO looks even worse.....

just hate that part of my mo now
 

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check out paintscratch.com - they gave me a good match for my Midnight Blue.
 

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hasaanbhutta said:
yep,
same here.... it makes MO looks even worse.....

just hate that part of my mo now
Colors have tendency to change with time, may be, hopefully in couple of months it will match.
 

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CVeeT said:


Colors have tendency to change with time, may be, hopefully in couple of months it will match.
Same problem here. I got some free when I pointed out a little cut on the bumper. It's never matched in 2.5 years.
 

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I got a little nick in my silver MO. The guy in the office look at color info sticker on the door, jot down the number and called our paint supplier (auto grade paint- Original Paint Company) ordered a 4 oz. mix of the paint and presto can't even tell there's a nick.
 

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I took mine back....
They said .... light color is not easy to match...

Then why sell the touch-up paint???

I will try the paint xompany...
 

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My 04 Mo is pewter color, the paint stick I got from the dealer is a gray color, it looks like hell and going to the body shop next week to get it fixed right, will cost me about $250.00 plus the clear bra. I told the dealer I thought it may have been packaged wrong, their checking with Nissan
 

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Ah, the beauty of Black.

Not only does my touch up pen match perfectly.

I actually used a Sharpie on the edge of the door for a nick.

I'd defy someone to find it.

(Other than that, it's a PITA to keep clean, so I had to toot about something)
 

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I've used a Sharpie for nicks on the black parts of the side mirrors and it covers great. I also got some touch up from Paintscratch as well as primer. The Lanka kit works well also.
 
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