ColorRite Touch Up Paint Bottle Vs. Pen

Updated March 23, 2017

Motorcycles, cars and trucks can be scratched or chipped at any time. Keeping a supply of ColorRite paints on hand in the proper colours can make touch up jobs easy and inexpensive.


ColorRite Touch Up Paint can fix small scratches and chips on motorcycles and other recreation-type vehicles. The paints found in the bottle as well as the pen are OEM-approved colours matched to the original vehicle colours.


The Touch Up Paint bottle includes a brush applicator that allows it to cover larger areas than the pen can handle. The chisel-shaped pen applicator works much like a permanent marker, allowing paint to be drawn across small areas.


The pen applicator comes in a ½-ounce size and is easy to carry in pockets or bags. The paint bottle is more than twice the size at 56.7gr.


Auto parts stores, department stores and RV stores that sell car and motorcycle items may carry some ColorRite products such as the primer and clear coat. The Touch Up Paint must usually be ordered directly from ColorRite. Provide the year, make and model of your vehicle, as well as the colour, to match the paint exactly.


Touch Up paint pens cost around £10 while the paint bottles retail at about £13 (as of 2010).


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