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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-14-2017, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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touch up paint pen instructions

I have the newer touch up paint pen with the paint on one end and clear coat on the other end. I can't find the box it came in which had the instructions. Does anyone have the box and can publish the instructions or a photo of the box with the instructions on it? The labels on the pen itself are simply the warning labels and not the directions.

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I could not post a picture but have typed the instructions on the box. I hope that this helps.

Instructions on the box:
Paint pen - Shake 20 - 30 seconds to mix paint. Start paint flow by depressing pen tip in an up and down motion on a hard test surface until paint begins to flow. Increase paint flow by depressing pen tip, minimize flow by decreasing pressure.
Abrasive tip - Use the pointed edge to remove loose paint and rust, or the flat face to smooth edges or clean larger areas.
To open - Hold container upright and twist the applicator grip counterclockwise for either the paint tip, brush, or top coat applicator. Keep upright when opening.
Paint Application - One coat prime and paint formula. Wipe surface with a clean lint-free cloth using rubbing alcohol to remove oil, wax, or grease build-up. Allow 30 minutes dry time for additional paint or top coat (clear coat).
Paint brush - Tapered brush for large chips and scratches.
Top coat application (clear coat) - Foam brush for top seal coat

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Thanks for the info. I was dismayed to find several chips on the hood of my relatively new Outback but guess not too surprised after going through winter driving with rock salt on the roads.
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