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Fixing black wheel paint chip

I ordered some fuel maverick black wheels 6 months ago. And when to get them on this weekend, and the guy pointed out that one wheel was dinged. I can't return them now since its been so long. It's only a half inch scratch, but it is to the metal. I was wondering if anyone have a way to seal it up beside sharpieing it.

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A couple of thoughts come to mind Alex.

1. Take it to a paint shop to see what they think they could do with it.
2. Go to your local parts store to find some 'Touch-up' paint that would match it closely.
3. Contact the wheel company to see what they suggest.

Obviously, #1 will be more expensive, but you may be more satisfied with the results.


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Your probably right. I was hoping for a quick fix lol, but it might be worth it to do it right

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