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Just received some touch-up pens for our Matte White Supersports. It is from ColorRite. It requires a base coat, matte white coat and eggshell clear coat. I have a couple of extremely small stone chips on front area of fairings, just through normal riding, so I thought I'd try to get a touch-up if any become noticeable or I get bigger ones.

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Just received some touch-up pens for our Matte White Supersports. It is from ColorRite. It requires a base coat, matte white coat and eggshell clear coat. I have a couple of extremely small stone chips on front area of fairings, just through normal riding, so I thought I'd try to get a touch-up if any become noticeable or I get bigger ones.

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great time to paint it RED.

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Hahaha, I don't think so. I've had a red one and gotten way more compliments on this white one:p
 
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Just received some touch-up pens for our Matte White Supersports. It is from ColorRite. It requires a base coat, matte white coat and eggshell clear coat. I have a couple of extremely small stone chips on front area of fairings, just through normal riding, so I thought I'd try to get a touch-up if any become noticeable or I get bigger ones.

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Are you skilled to get a nice smooth Integrated finish? My Bianchi Specialissima got a nasty chip and I used nail polish (yep, found a very close celeste nail polish!) but I just don't know how to make it seamlessly integrate with the good paint. Worried to have a similar problem on my SSS.
 

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Are you skilled to get a nice smooth Integrated finish? My Bianchi Specialissima got a nasty chip and I used nail polish (yep, found a very close celeste nail polish!) but I just don't know how to make it seamlessly integrate with the good paint. Worried to have a similar problem on my SSS.
I thought about nail polish as well but found this. I have not tried it yet as my chips are so very very small not worth doing yet. As for skilled integrated finish I doubt I have that ability but I do try my best. I am no Picaso...lol
 

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I thought about nail polish as well but found this. I have not tried it yet as my chips are so very very small not worth doing yet. As for skilled integrated finish I doubt I have that ability but I do try my best. I am no Picaso...lol
Don, it's prob more important for protection anyway. For my Bianchi, it keeps moisture out of the carbon.
 
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