Works perfectly to repair the damage done to rims due to curb rash. Buy it. Hides all curb rash very well.
As long as you don't fool yourself into thinking this is going to make your car look showroom new, you're going to be pleased with it. …Second, it provides a finish that isn't as glossy as the rest of the car so you're going to need to use clear coat on it as well. Third, it's for touch ups, not for fixing a quarter panel on your car (that being said, I used mine to fix a healthy scrape from backing into the side of a pole). It's not going to make it look like new, but it will make sure your car doesn't rust and at least get rid of the bright white scrapes that are incredibly visible.
I think this will match your white Kia car. I have a white Silverado and it matched it perfectly.
Entirely depends on what white your caddy is. Summit white is a color that's used on various platforms throughout gm so if you have a straight GLOSS white car, and not a PEARL white, it'll work perfectly
No, it can be used over and over for multiple chips. Probably last the life of the car.
This was exactly what I needed! Touching up multiple spots on the hood of my 13 Honda Accord. It seems all the red ones get these micro spots. Just get a drop on the tip and dab! Also worked well for detailing small crevices in my interior.…
You'll want the spot you are touching up to be clean of all dirt or wax so you get good adhesion of the paint.
We didn't purchase the same color as you are asking about (yours is Steel Metallic I think? and ours was Pearl Metallic White) but the OEM paints are a great match for whatever color code is on your door panel so if yours is nh797m-b then the corresponding color in a genuine OEM paint should be a good match. If you have additional questions (like we did before buying) you can always contact the specific seller about your color or even a Honda dealer.
Matched my 2014 Lx dyno blue perfectly.
Extremely easy to use, fits everywhere and has everything you need for application...used it on my SR+ model 3. My only complaint is it’s not 100% a match to the rims so with smaller blemishes it’s great but if you have bigger chips it won’t completely hide it up close. Still like it though
it should work but make sure and double check that its the exact color that your car is for a perfect color match.
I have the Tesla Model 3 with the Sport and AERO wheels and within a month I had two terrible curb rashes just on one rim, the left passenger side. This paint truly does the trick, a perfect match. Wash the wheel clean first, then after its fully dry apply this paint at least three or four coats and you literally cannot see the curb rash unless you point it out to someone. Yes, they are there but they do not stand out like they do without this little cheap touch up. For a gorgeous car like any Tesla, this paint is a must for the rim fix. I highly recommend it for this specific purpose.
If it's a GM car, Yes! Otherwise, you may want to check first because it's supposed to be for GM cars only.