Chipped paint; any repair tips?

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  1. Tennis Man

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    Any1 tried to repair a chipped racquet? I got a paint/plastic ship at 9 o'clock that really bothers me (((
     
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  2. TripleB

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    On my POG I used model car paint...but it was black so it wasn't very hard to match.

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  3. aidenous

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    Fingernail polish it comes in a zillion colors
     
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  4. Tennis Man

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    Cool, I thought about it, but does it dry hard enough?
     
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  5. fishuuuuu

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    It'll dry hard enough as long as you don't do whatever it is you did to get a chip in the first place to it.
     
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  6. aidenous

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    yep, hard as nails :p
     
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  7. Greg

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    I see what you did there.
     
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  8. netman

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    I second model car paint. Comes in every color known to man.

    -k-
     
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  9. Ky0shiro

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    Hahaha that was good :mrgreen: .
     
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  10. Tennis Man

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    Thanks for ideas. Nail polish will do for now ...
     
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