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Touch-up Paint

Got a pesky scratch or nick in your prized unit? Perhaps the finish is peeling due to the effects of disinfectant. Regardless of the cause, sometimes your equipment doesn’t look as good as it might and can use a touch-up. Most equipment manufacturers carry touch-up paint for their equipment, but it’s generally only in the “current” color and is quite expensive.

A great place to get high-quality touch up paint in a rainbow of colors and for a low price is your local automotive parts store. Automotive touch-up paints come in a vast array of colors, and usually come with an application of protective clear coat as well. Best of all, automotive paints are considerably less costly than paint from the dental manufacturer and purchased through your local dental dealer.


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