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Old 04-11-1999, 07:50 AM
kees klein
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hello
i own a metallic onyx colored mercedes E 300
1999 turbo diesel
i have some little stone marks on the front
the backcolor is black
Is there a wax that gives the black an onyx
color to hide this
the marks are very little so i dont want to use paint
thanks for replay
kees klein
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Old 04-11-1999, 05:25 PM
Lee Scheeler
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If these stone marks are chipped right through to the base primer or sheetmetal there isn't much you can do but use some touchup paint. If its something smaller like a chip that is still within the clear or color coat then a polish that has fillers in it would work to some degree when followed up with a good wax on top of that. Once something is completely through the paint there isn't much that can be done, if it is still in the clear or base coat you have some options.
The only "waxes" that are color coded that I have seen are on 19.95 late night infomercials. Several manufacturers have polishes that have fillers in them that can mask small scratches, swirls, and chips. All of those must be followed with a wax to protect the polish/fillers. Hope this helps...Lee
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