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Have a small ding in tub. Where can I find touch-up to repair? The color appears to be bisque, but have not been able to find a match. I live in the Easton, Pa. area. Thankyou. Ed Hoffman

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Easiest fix is to buy appliance touch up paint. Looks like a fingernail polish bottle. They'll have your shade. H/Depot, Lowe's, similar should carry.
Best regards, --W/D--

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