Touch up paint

Anyone know if you can get matching paint in a spray can. Dealer only sells those little bottles with the brush on the cap. I need frost white NH-538.
Thanks --Art
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yes you can. I've gotten it from a local paint shop

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So did you have to get them to mix it or is it something you can find on the shelf? (I'm in the US)
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they had to mix it

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Be aware that getting good results with spray-on touch-up requires more prep work than the dabber brush does, but the potential for a good job is much better. 600 grit paper and plenty of elbow grease can be used to feather the paint edges. Masking the surrounding area will also help control the overspray problem. And the multi-coat rule still applies.
Mike
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Look here: http://www.automotivetouchup.com/spray_paint.asp

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Art M wrote:

I have used this site with good result:
http://www.paintworldinc.com /
dan
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Thanks for the late replies. I still haven't bought any paint so I may try one of those sites.
--Art

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