The corner I repaired didn’t look great after all the work that had been done on it. A little touch up paint would go a long way toward making it look better, but the paint needed to match a 23 year old camper. Watch this video to see how we did it.
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I purchased all original paint from the company that originally painted my RV.
I have two questions:
1- What would you use to touch up just a few scratches? Nothing major. Only about 2 inches, about 9-10 feet up.
2- Where may I purchase the spray can attached to the bottle and how does it work?
Hello. For small areas it is easier to spray lightly over the area until it looks fine. Using a brush or similar usually makes it too thick and can really stand out. Using a light spray is the best way to do small touch ups. The Preval sprayer system just uses aerosol to turn any paint into a spray can. I will share a link to their website with more information.
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