2018 Chevrolet Traverse Touch-Up Paint
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Any vehicle that gets a scratch or chip is very annoying. It is even more annoying if the vehicle is new or, at least, is new to you. Things like that tend to grate on our mind and thoughts. The best thing to do is to fix those scratches and chips as fast as possible so that they do not soak up too much of your time and attention and you can focus on more important things in life. Of course, that depends on your ability to get the right paint which is not always as easy as it sounds. There is a multitude of reasons why this might not work and a lot of them boil down to the problems associated with using paint codes as the main way to get the right paint for your vehicle.
The idea behind paint codes is solid because the do designate which colors should go to certain automobiles. However, the problem with paint codes is that there is a lot of opportunity for human error. Paint codes are long. They are usually eight digits long. Each one of those digits has to be written clearly and precisely. If one number is off or misread then a person may not get any paint or, even worse, may get the wrong color altogether. In fact, there are times when the only difference between two paints is its shade. If the shade is wrong then it will throw off the look of the vehicle and the person will be stuck with a two-toned vehicle until they remove the new color and repaint with the correct color. A problem like that not only wastes time but also wastes money.
How do you avoid the problem? You avoid having to use paint codes. How do you do avoid paint codes? You find a company that is willing to do the work for you upfront so that you do not have to do it. If you are on this page then you are in luck because we have done the work for you already. All you have to do is go to the bottom of this page and select the paint that matches the paint on your automobile. The paints that reside in the paint selector area are the colors that your vehicle would have shipped with when the vehicle came off the line fresh. As long as your vehicle does not have a custom paint color then you will get the paint that you need to fix your minor scratches and chips.
Wrong vehicle? Not what you are looking for here? You can use our paint system to find the paints you need as long as you are searching for paints for a GM related vehicle or brand. For example: Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, and others are all brands owned by GM. If it from a GM owned brand then you can use the following link to find your touch up paint. Click here and follow the directions to get to your paint.
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