Dr. ColorChip Squirt 'n Squeegee Plus Kit
Designed to fill those pesky chips in your paint!
Squirt 'n Squeegee PLUS makes paint chip repair even easier than before!! Dr. ColorChip's proprietary three-step paint chip repair process is the easiest and most effective way to touch-up minor automotive paint chips and road rash. Effective paint chip repair keeps your car looking like new and protects it from rust and other long-term damage. Easier to use than traditional touch-up paint or paint pens, you'll get professional results and a guaranteed exact OEM match to your car's finish.
Included in the kit are 2 different squeegees for every kind of chip repair and new pipette applicators to easily apply the paint. These 2 newly added products will make chip repair even easier!
- Dramatic Results
- No Paint Blobs
- Used at dealerships & auction house nationwide
- 1 oz. OEM Matched Paint. Put the pipette in the hole in the squirt applicator cap, suction out the needed paint and drop onto the side of the chip.
- 4 oz. SealAct Blending Solution
- 1 Flex Clear 3" x 1 1/2" Beveled Squeegee. Flexible squeegee good for moving the paint over multiple chips at the same time.
- 1 Green mini firm squeegee. Good for hard to reach areas, scratches, and for a single chip.
- 5 pipettes for easy application to side of chip.
- 1 Ultra Paint Brush for paint application.
- 2 Microbrushes for chip repair to edges and thin scratches.
- 1 Microfiber Towel
- 2 Nitrile Gloves
- 2 White Blending Cloths
- Instructions and Application Tips on the box.
Repairs more than 2 dozen chips!
For more information these items, see our FAQ page located here, or read some of them below.
DAB! SMEAR! REMOVE!
STEP 1: The paint is dabbed on with a brush, then lightly smeared with your thumb to smooth the paint flat and flush across the chip. It may be reapplied as needed until it appears to adequately cover the chip. If smeared properly, the paint will be dry to the touch within a minute. For road rash, the paint may be applied to a T-shirt rag, then smeared across the panel to quickly address hundreds of tiny chips at once.
STEP 2: The excess paint is then removed using our blending solution. The solution is applied to a soft, folded T-shirt rag and lightly rubbed over the excess paint. The paint will begin blending away after a few passes with the cloth. A soft terry cloth or microfiber towel is then used to buff off the residual solution to an amazing shine. This process may be done within 2 minutes to 2 hours after applying the paint. Although the paint is dry to the touch, it will still take about a week to fully cure. However, it may be immediately exposed to water without coming out of the chips.
What prep work is required before painting?
Wash and thoroughly dry the car. If you have visible remnants of wax in the chips, remove it with a little rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits on a soft cloth. Don't scrub! Otherwise, a clean dry surface is all you need. The area to be repaired must be completely dry.
Does the paint provide a permanent repair?
Yes, as far as Dr Colorchip's engineers tested. Eight years is the longest repair we've monitored (a chip repair), and it looks the same as it did the day it was applied. Most touch-up paints shrink up over time after they've dried and cured. Our paint does not shrink. It should remain the same as it appears after application for years to come.
What is the proper procedure for detailing with Dr. ColorChip paint?
Wash & dry the vehicle. Do any "hard" detailing first, like wet-sanding, compounding and buffing. Then use our paint. Follow up with standard waxing a week later. Refrain from using a circular buffing wheel and wool pad for at least 30 days. We suggest using a random-orbit buffer with a foam pad and quality compound at all times for the best, swirl-free results (rather than the circular buffer and wool pad.)
Is my paint mixed fresh upon order?
Yes. All paint is mixed to OEM specifications using the color-code you provide with your order, ensuring your paint is as fresh as it can be. Plus, with thousands of color codes on the market, we couldn't possibly inventory them all.
What's the shelf life of Dr. ColorChip products?
The paint should last at least a year from the ship date in the bottle, provided you don't use most of it right away. A bottle that is half-full will obviously dry out faster. Store in a dark, dry, cool place. For optimal shelf life, shake the bottle every now and then. The SealAct blending solution has an indefinite shelf life.
What are the best temperatures for applying the paint?
We suggest temps above freezing for best results.
Are the demo photos on the website altered in any way?
No. What you see is the final product. Photos do not show every minute detail of course. Upon close inspection in person, some repaired chips will be visible when looking for them, but standing a few feet from the vehicle they shouldn't be noticeable.
Can I use just the paint or blending solution alone or with other products?
The paint included in your Dr. Colorchip repair kit is not regular touch-up paint and is made to work with the SealAct solution, but may be used alone. Feel free to order just the paint if you plan on applying it and leaving it as is.
The SealAct blending solution is a proprietary product developed to work with our paint only. It will not work with regular touch-up paint. Best results are achieved using our touch-up paint and SealAct blending solutions as directed in the repair kit instructions.