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OEM Nissan/Infiniti Touch Up Paint

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OEM Nissan/Infiniti Touch Up Paint

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Factory-matched color means only you will know. Use pen tip or brush-in-cap applicator for easy application.

MOST OEM COLORS ARE AVAILABLE, BUT A FEW OLDER COLOR CODES HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED SO PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE AN OLDER INFINITI OR NISSAN TO CHECK AVAILABILITY.

THIS IS OEM / FACTORY TOUCH UP PAINT SO THE COLOR IS EXACT.  SOME COLORS REQUIRE A SECOND PAINT PEN OF CLEAR FOR AN EXACT MATCH (USUALLY PEARL WHITES), AND WE WILL NOTIFY YOU IF THIS IS THE CASE ON THE PARTICULAR COLOR OF YOUR ORDER.

PLEASE NOTE OR MESSAGE US THE COLOR OF YOUR VEHICLE WHEN ORDERING, IF YOU ARE UNSURE A VIN NUMBER WILL BE REQUIRED.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 5 x 3 x 3 in

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