Here's how to get the best possible do-it-yourself result and perhaps avoid paying a body shop $1000s to fix minor paint damage.

What you'll need:
1.  A small bottle of paint that matches your car.
2.  A fine-tipped touch up brush (hobbyist stores have these).
3.  3M Glazing & Spot putty (from most automotive stores).
4.  Paper towels or a rag.
5.  Excess paint and putty remover.
6.  Squeegee for spreading putty (credit card will work too).

Materials costs:  about $40.

Step 1: Apply Putty

Spread a dab of putty into the scratch with a squeegee or credit card.
Bro what kind of paint did you use?
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<p>I used clear nail polish and it was great! found some other great ideas here!<br><br>http://viralammo.com/32-tricks-for-your-car-thatll-make-your-life-much-easier-youre-welcome</p>
Might have to try this. Thanks for the tutorial.

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