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has anyone tried this site: paintworldinc.com It has OEM paint matching in spray form. I wanted to know if anyone has had a chance to test it. I have a

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has anyone tried this site: paintworldinc.com

It has OEM paint matching in spray form. I wanted to know if anyone has had a chance to test it. I have a retarded looking chrome spoiler that I am thinking about color matching to my G.

They also have an interesting product called clear coat blender
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Recently, there's been quite a buzz in the automotive paint world surrounding the use of Clear Coat Blender. This new and innovative product is turning some heads and has quickly become one of the hottest sellers on Paintworldinc.com. So, what exactly does it do?

After applying clear coat to a repaired or refinished area of a car, you're often likely to see a faint halo surrounding the outside edges of the repair. This halo represents the area where the new finish and old paint come together, and until now it has been somewhat unavoidable. That's where the blender comes in. Used in conjunction with the clear, blender can help to create a more seamless, invisible repair - literally "blending" the old and new paints together.

Simply apply your clear coat in the normal fashion and while the final coat is still wet, mist the blender around the outside edges of the repair. As it dries, the blender will begin to "melt" the repaired edges into your cars existing paint, leaving you with a spotless finish that looks like new.

Best of all, the blender also works on single stage paints, which do not require clear coat. This is great news for anyone refinishing or repairing the paint of a vehicle older than 1997.
If anything I guess I will be the guinea pig (yes I had to google how to spell guinea) and let you all know how it turns out
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