Before you start here we recommend getting your auto paint code, colour name, and paint type (for example non-metallic paint, metallic paint or special tricolour Pearl colours) this info can be retrieved from your new car parts dealership using the registration papers and quoting the V.I.N), also the month and the year of manufacture, this will better help determine you end up with the correct variation, this is because many vehicles are manufactured globally and often the colours vary slightly from region to region.
Once you have the correct vehicle colour details you will be able to with the help of the pilot choose the correct paint and repair product for the same correct painted body part or panel, for example, there are dedicated target repair kits for the most popular paint types associated to the same correct substrate types. Your car for example and to save arguments, I’ll talk in particular about cars, most car body panels like the roof, bonnet, boot side guards and doors are manufactured from steel, some from aluminium, the other material generally found on your car is plastic, so things like bumper bars, mirrors, some door handles, moulds, garnishes and other finishing trims. (The same goes for Motorcycles).
Select your preferred applicator, either pen, bottle or aerosol, then choose your paint kit type either, standard, Professional or Diamond (ultimate paint repair colour kits) then select the material type then the suitable paint scratch product, whether either for body metal or select body plastic or metal and plastic body parts and panels. Once there the correct associated kits will be revealed taking all the guesswork out and you end up with the correct repair products. Using this function will allow you to get the correct exact matching paint repair products that leave you with no space for error.