The taupe finish on pram is scratched. Is there a touch up paint available? And can you please advise best maintenance/cleaning products for various parts: wheels, chassis, vinyl interior, exterior, and hood. It's time to hand it down to next generation and it needs to be cleaned up and scratches covered up.
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Re: PRAM'S TAUPE FINISH IS SCRATCHED
Taupe is an unusual colour.
Check Car touch up paintss
Some auto finished may be abailable, some auto store[Halfords in UK] offer colour matching service.
For all other refurbishing materials the same auto parts store.
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Maxi-Cosi do not produce adaptors for the carseats to fit to this manufacturers chassis. We would advise contacting the manufacturer of the chassis to discuss availability of adaptors and how to purchase.
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Anyone who dosen't have a few "battle scars" on their weapon likely has not used it. I believe you have a urethane finish on yours (check with Remington to be sure) If so, use a furniture scratch cover stain on the scratch and use min-wax wipe on poly finish to seal it.
if you are using a mere touch up kit ..i would recommend for about 15-30 cents buying a model paint brush the bristles are much smaller than what comes in the bottle and no you wont need to sand it at all after application it will look very dull but put it on and allow it to simply apply to the scratch only ....unless you know someone in the paint dept...and ask for a bit of clear to mix into the paint it will look dull upon finish
if you are good at airbrush i would suggest merely filling the scratch in just as i described earlier ...unless you are going to actually paint the entire area then your talking blending into either the adjacent areas or merely blending into the area around the scratch ...what ever way you look at it touch up paint will always look dull upon finish
Check the variety of colors available at an auto parts store; you may have some luck there.
Also, if you can remove a part with that color on it, many of the chain 'home improvement' stores have sophisticated equipment that can match about any color but perhaps not in every type of paint.
Once paint is scratched it is scratched. There are cheap and inexpensive ways to cover that panel with a glossy black, or even stainless or white, or whatever. Go to www.applianceart.com, they have a ton of options to help your dishwasher getting back to its new look....and give your daughter a break, she was just trying to help :)
Mr....other than repainting, the only suggestion I have is one of those scratch repair kits that they sell at Pep Boys. The finish materials...paints...not stainless...are about the same as used on cars. Use a soft lambswool bonnet buffer and go slow.
If it is stainless...use 00 steel wool in a one directional sweep with a little bit of light oil.