Yeah....do what Eldo1953 said.Eldo1953 said:That is possible to fix.
You would need to get the exact color in touch up bottle. Next apply the paint on the scratch. Next get some 1500-2000 WETORDRY sand paper and wet sand the spot to remove the excess touch up paint. Next you will need a high speed polisher with some Meguires Med cut cleaner, polish to a shine. Next add wax of your chioce. The scratch should now be not noticeable at all. Good Luck!!
It really depnds on the dealer. I would just take it in for a quote if I were you.elwesso said:How much would a dealer charge to do all of this?? I have 6-7 little spots, no bigger than that. I dont think im up for messing around with the paint and sandpaper on the paint
They have that in the US as well. However it is not really a permanent fix, more of a patch.Ralph said:We have a product called GT88 in Canada. It is a liquid that slightly "melts" the paint around the scratch and fills it in while rubbing. See if you can get it.