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I was just doing some touching up on my 1983 Honda CB1000c, a couple days ago. I ran across a method of paint touching up a while back when I decided to try another application method besides a paper match, which has been used for decades for touch up by professional body shops. I had some smoking pipe filters in my tool chest that I keep for various uses. I bent one in half and dipped it into black paint that I had sprayed into the lid. Upon applying to chips on the frame I was amassed how this method actually filled the chip only and virtually disappeared. Only under close inspection in well lighted condition could I see the repair. Practice and experiment on a less visible part of the bike befit attempting the work area desired. Good luck!
Or you could do it the 21st century way with a 12 dollar tool like this. Go to 8:40.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLJnqiBxKtg&ab_channel=AMMONYCCiao
I appreciate all the input on my paint issue.It's one of those Red with Cream EVs, so no black.Now to match the red...My bubbles are about 2" across each. I don't think this is a case for paper matches, although I'd love to know why in the world would a paper match be used instead of just a small brush.Thanks for the heads up on paint type. Never would have guessed that enamel is not good for this application.That's some cool pro/amateur kit for touchup. I might look into that.Thanks!Brent
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