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Old 11th November 2006, 09:13   #16
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[quote=mail4ajo]I have heard that we get spray paint canisters like deodrants cans. Most OE paints are available. I am searching for that in chennai. /quote]

I am also looking for such a spray paint canister in Chennai.

mail4ajo, pl. do let me know when you come across about the availability in Chennai. I will also let you know, if I find some such place.
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Old 11th November 2006, 22:28   #17
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I'd not advice to use paint canisters like deodrants cans. I've used it once and wasnt satisfied at all. It costed me at Rs 210.

The colors dont match most of the times.

There is no gloss.

The spray count is much higher than the normal spray which gives unevenness in color.. ruining the whole segment. The entire thing look mismatched..

The best way is to leave it to experts...
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Old 7th January 2007, 18:37   #18
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I have heard that we get spray paint canisters like deodrants cans. Most OE paints are available. I am searching for that in chennai. any one has an idea whether this works? I have a black car that is just impossible to maintain....
hi,

you are right about the paint cans...i used it on my black accent and fiesta. its name is "compaint" it costs 100 for a small and 200 for a large can..
use it at your own risk please..and make sure its the same color as your car..

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Old 7th January 2007, 19:36   #19
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Wel you can use paint cans for scratches in the low lying areas like below the door or somethin where its not so visible...but not on a highly visible place...
Cause the paint has no glossy effect...Nd the re painted area looks dull...
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Old 25th March 2010, 15:23   #20
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3M scratch care product link...

3M India: Where to Buy

P.S. I am yet to try this. i will post the results as soon as I use it
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