I know this has been covered before but I can't find any substantial info on it....There are often Rics on ebay that have little chips/scratches on them. Is there any good touch up paint or spray to adequately cover these or is it next to impossible as the factory finishing, I would imagine, is quite a complex, expensive and highly skilled job. I know some marks are worse than others but I'm generally talking about those little chips that can really detract, imo, from the look of the guitar. I use Brillianize polish to clean the Ric and that is excellent so I'm wondering if there is something similar, when it comes to this.
Post subject: Re: touching up chips and scratches
Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 6:06 pm
Joined: Mon Aug 08, 2005 1:00 pm Posts: 1159 Location: NE Ohio
It has been suggested by some to use nail polish in a matching color, or to blend colors to match, for small dings.
I wonder if anyone has tried those guys that insurance companies use to touch up furniture dings from movers? Or perhaps an antiques store could direct you to a restoration artisan. 3M has some professional products that involve using a buffer system that would help with scratches in the just clear coat, but chips that go right to the wood is the problem.
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