Apply Automotive Primer
For Best Results:
PREPARE surface by removing dirt, grease, wax, moisture, rust and loose
paint. Thoroughly sand or scuffs and rusted, glossy or hard surfaces. Prime
bare and sanded metal or plastic with primer. Protect adjacent surfaces from
overspray. Use in room temperature 70° for best operation. Shake can for two
minutes after the ball inside begins to rattle. Spray 10 to 12 in from the
surface in a sweeping motion with a can held upright. Avoid drips or runs by
applying several light coats instead of one heavy coat. To prevent
wrinkling or lifting, recoat within 2 hours or wait 5 days for thorough curing. Clean
the spray valve immediately after use by turning can upside down and
spraying until only gas comes out. If the valve becomes clogged clean orifice
with lacquer thinner. Do not stick pins, wires, etc. into can opening. Do not
incinerate, burn, or place empty can in-home compactor.
Automotive Touch Up Paint FAQ
IS TOUCH UP PAINT SOMETHING I CAN DO MYSELF?
Of course! Do-it-yourself customers use our products to fix paint damage such as rock chips, chipped paint, scratches, deep scratches, scuffs, rust, oxidation and corrosion can all be fixed using our Ready Car Paints Kits. We have made an easy DIY Solution so you can repair the paint job yourself for a fraction of the cost of the traditional Auto Body Shop. It doesn’t matter what your experience or skill set is – as long as you follow instructions and use your tutorial videos as your guide, our products are very user friendly. Give it a go!
HOW TO FIND MY PAINT CODE (COLOR CODE)
We make finding your paint code easy! Visit our resource page titled Paint Code Locator.
We have created a video library for each brand on finding car paint codes. Click on the vide next to your cars manufacturer you will be able to identify your vehicle color code.
Still having trouble finding your paint code? We are here to help at: 503-567-1184 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I FOUND THE PAINT CODE ON YOUR SITE, BUT SAW A DIFFERENT COLOR NAME ELSEWHERE. ARE THEY THE SAME COLOR?
It isn’t common practice – but it isn’t uncommon either – for a car manufacturer to use the same color name for different colors. For example, a car manufacturer may have a color called “Cherry Red” in 2018, but in 2019 they make a slight alteration to the color making it a little bit brighter. Although they keep the same color name in 2019, and the difference is hard to notice, the actual color may be different. While the color name will stay the same, the color code will change to reflect the new color designation.
When placing your touch up paint order make sure you select color based of your vehicles paint code not color name. The same color name can be used in different paint formulas by car manufacturers.
HOW CAN I FIND THE EXACT COLOR OF MY CAR?
To find the Paint code of your vehicle, you can take a look at the Compliance / Manufacturer’s / Identification Plate, which should be somewhere on your automobile. It is roughly the size of a credit card, and the Paint code is referred to as “Paint” or “Ext. Color”. Find out how to locate that code here.
CAN I RETURN MY ORDER?
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, Ready Car Paints will accept returns of non-painted parts within 30 days after the date of purchase for you to receive an exchange or refund. Shipping charges are non-refundable. If the return is because of our error, the restocking fee will be waived.
We do not accept returns on painted parts from our painting service. Sorry, no exceptions.
If an error is made and a product is listed at an incorrect price, we maintain the right to refund or cancel orders placed at the incorrect price.
Please contact us for any questions or for our complete return policy.
WHAT ARE PEARL 3 STAGE PAINTS?
Every year, more and more cars are made with pearl finishes. These are known as 3 stage finishes. The first coat is a basecoat color, then a translucent pearl is applied and finally a clear coat finish.