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SteveP

Boat Paint

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Hi All,

I'm in the process of buying an ex hire boat, one with bright orange paint upperworks that you can't lose in the car park, in one or two small areas there are slight variations in the shade of orange and I was wondering if it's possible to 'touch in' these areas to match or is it best left to the professionals. Does it have to a sharp intake of breath expensive or could it be a DIY job? Any advice would be  much appreciated.

Thanks

Steve

 

 

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I'm betting they actually used the same paint all over, but the previous paint has faded and the touching up is Showing up..

To me that means a full repaint..

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57 minutes ago, TheQ said:

I'm betting they actually used the same paint all over, but the previous paint has faded and the touching up is Showing up..

To me that means a full repaint..

Thanks for the reply, I thought it might, I can live with it for now, i'll tell myself it adds character.

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