"Touch Up" paint?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rob Rodier, Aug 2, 2002.

  1. Rob Rodier

    Rob Rodier Supporting Actor

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    Hi am looking for black touch up paint. I have tried this sort of thing in the past and have seen limited success (to say the least) Has anyone ever used anything that actually worked well? It is for an amplifier that has a minor/moderate scar. Thanks

    -rob
     
  2. John Garcia

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    If it is an aluminum front panel, there is not much you can do, since it is often an anodized finish.
    There's always good old "Sharpie" pens if it is black (or red [​IMG] ).
     
  3. Rob Rodier

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    That explains it. Thanks. I will try the Sharpie again.

    -rob
     
  4. Greg Haynes

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    The sharpie should make it is less noticeable. I wouldn't mess with paint. It would probably would cause it to look worse.
     
  5. Ted Lee

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    when i used to do installations, i always kept a sharpie in my toolbox. worked great for covering up small scratches in the equipment. also worked very well for any black wooden/laminate surface.
     

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