Volkswagen Touch Up Paint
If you have taken a close look at your Volkswagen recently and discovered a few stone chips and minor scratches, our Volkswagen touch up paint kits and Volkswagen aerosol sprays can provide a quick and easy remedy. Whether you have a 20 year old Volkswagen Golf or a modern Volkswagen Polo, we can mix an exact match for your paint finish.
Stepping in and tackling these issues before they get any worse is the right thing to do. It`s not hard and will certainly save you from expensive body shop repair bills later on.
The last thing you need is go about the job only to stand back and discover that the paint you have applied does not quite match the original. Choosing one of our touch up kits means that you are benefitting from over 20 years of experience that we have in mixing and supplying trade and private clients with exact match painting products.
Our commitment to value for money is self-evident when you realise that our standard 40ml touch up kits contain twice the amount of paint you get from most other suppliers.
We offer a range of options. A popular choice is our Touch UP Kit Number 3 because you get everything you need to tackle the job from start to finish. A grey primer, base coat colour and a clear coat finish are all included - plus a few extras that will be extremely useful.
Use the graphic below to help you locate the colour code. If you have a problem with this you are welcome to just send us your registration number when you order so we can look it up for you.
For tackling larger blemishes and rust patches you might prefer one of our aerosol spray paints. We mix and fill those ourselves too. If you need professional polishing kits, quality coloured waxes or even masking tape, you will find those here too.
Clicking on the product boxes on this page will give you more detailed information so go ahead and browse around our complete range of Volkswagen touch up paint and paint repair accessories.
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Colour code search tips: VW can sometimes remove a letter from the front of the 4 digit paint code, this is essential to remove when searching or ordering your colour. Example: LA7W = A7W which is Reflex Silver