Rick Dangerous: the application process is sound... but matching the paint color is always going to be the problem...
Tomer Tzur: you think dr color chip will work on door curves chips from caused by someone open their door on my car? i got a mercedes cla180 if you know the car you understand what im talking about it has 2 curved lines across the doors
Emma Anderson: This looks really great. I especially love how the method looks so easy for someone like me who's new to this and would be working in her gravel driveway. I bought a newer car and my 30-mile commute suddenly became construction land... four chips already even though I keep a large distance behind semis, dump trucks, lifted trucks, etc. It doesn't look flawless, but I'm pleased to see how it looks on a very metallic paint. I don't think anyone would ever notice that if they're not looking for it! Gotta pick this up before winter.
Wheelman Thomas: I feel bad for people. Listen if you want this done right. Buy a rust pen, a primer pen, and a matching color paint pen. It will look so good you won't see it at all. The key is to dab the paint, and don't try and wipe it like a brush. If you do this, the paint will dry like factory paint and not have brush marks, etc.
Matt D: looks like crap..
Hipolito Carlos: I was skeptical but the many reviews by consumers using Dr. Colorchip made me pull the trigger. I was also not too keen on spending $70+ on the kit. I used it this evening (4/9/2016) on the two culprit scratches on my black VW GTI. I am extremely pleased with the results as my expectations were exceeded. The two marks are-were deeper and are no longer visible. I applied between 4 and 5 coats and may apply a couple more tomorrow. Why if they're not visible? Well they are still there but you have to get a couple of inches away to see them. I highly recommend using a squeegee if you do not buy the kit that comes with one. I know that the squeegee is said meant for the road rash but works great to smooth out the paint on scratches as well. I'll be posting this same comment on the videos that helped me through the process. I recommend this product and if used properly should stand the test of time based on other users' feedback.
711honved: I wouldn't be happy with that repair on such a nice car & paint finish. It would make more sense to save the cost of the kit & put the money toward a professional repair from one of the home paint chip specialists.
Leif Nielsen: Nice video -- I really enjoyed how thorough you were and your comments from your experience with Dr. Colorchip. I just ordered my touch-up paint from them and I hope I get as good of results as you did -- fingers crossed.
Tomer Tzur: does the cleaning chemical given in these kits like dr color chip and scratchwizard and paint levelers too i mean i can remove blobs with it too?
vincnet11: Where do I buy the squeegee ? Hardware store ?
judy barts: This company is full of scrap!! Great for teeny tiny chips and that's it and I'm not sure about that either because over some washing and time it wears off!!! You can get paint to match at any part store and sealant is paint remover. NOT WORTH THE MONEY!!!!
Jeff Zahnd: yeah, that paint having metalic in it is going to be hard to match perfectly....just because of they difference of how the paint is sprayed vs laid...but all in all nice application! i'm going to try it out on my corvette now.
Kenrick Chang: Great video. Everything I've read indicates your method is the best and that the instructions provided doesn't really give you the best results.
Going to pick this up very soon. Did the kit come with the small squeegee?
Brad Segal: Did you remove the excess between layers of paint? or did you just wait, add more paint, then at the end remove all of the excess?
Tim Harris: Not a great blend. Not a wow factor.
Reony Tonneyck: What was used to fix your dent?
Butch “Southerner” Tyrone: This stuff works. I have used it on my black Mazda, probably works better on darker colors. It will take layers to fill in the chip, but after covering them all, I need to bend down with a shop light now to see where the chip was, even in the sunlight. You cant tell at all that I had chips no matter how close you get to the car unless you are specifically looking for them. Not perfect, but FAR better than having a blob of paint on there.
yTube BlowsBigBalls: How long do you have to wait in between building the next layer? Do you wait for the paint to fully cure?
I've tried building layers within 10 minutes of each other but when I go to remove it I always end up removing too much because the bottom layers are still soft.
michael delaura: You can do that with a tiny paint brush