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I have a slight white scratch line on my dash board. It is almots un-noticable in some light conditions and is totally invisable in darkness, (but then everything is invisable in total darkness).
My Question: Is there a sharpe marker that is the same color as our XB dash boards?
Is there a shade of eye-shadow that matches?
Does anyone have any dash touch-up experiences?
pencil lead is the same color as the dimpled portions of our dashes - the problem is that pencil lead is shiny.
get some clear satin spray paint - satin, not gloss. spray it into the lid of the can 'til you get a little pool of it.
(now for the hard part) find some pencil lead shavings - just the lead, not the wood. well, it's really graphite, but you know what aI mean. I happen to have a pencil that is all lead - no wood - so when I sharpen it, it's all graphite powder.
now mix the two together.
with a brush, or perhaps a Q Tip - not your finger, it's too fat - dab the scratch.
wipe of any excess by rubbing w/ a clean finger back and forth across the scratch - not along it.
let it dry.
still see excess? rub again the same way, but a little harder.
wipe everything clean.
should this go in the tech section?
bones heal, chicks dig scars and the USA has the best daredevil to doctor ratio in the world