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Scratch that was “touched up” very poorly


Looking to minimize the poor appearance of this touch up —if possible.  
Can’t tell if they used the wrong color touch up, or if they didn’t clean it before throwing the touch up paint at it?  LOL fun times.  The color is one of the fancy tri-coat paint colors.  So I know that there’s only so much I can do. Thoughts? 



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I second Chris@Adams.  Ive used langka for a few chips and spots. Easy to use and affordable.  My car is Tricoat as well and i havnt perfected applying the top coat..usally just do without it😬.  It will keep the scratch from jumping out at you when u look at it.
  One tip would be to make sure you overfill the scratch so the langka system can knock it down flush with the original paint level. 

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