Directions

Directions to teach you how to use our touch up paint

Applications

Before you get started, it is important to remember that TUP123 products are specially formulated to work together as part of a complete automotive paint system. We cannot guarantee the performance of a precisely blended, color-matched TUP123 basecoat without the additional application of TUP123 clear coat and primer (if necessary). Competitor’s primers may cause wrinkling with high-quality TUP123 paints, while inferior clear coats may cause TUP123 primers to crack. Don’t take chances. Use TUP123primers, paints and clear coats every time.

Follow these links to view the proper application methods for TUP123 brush-in-cap bottles, paint pens, aerosol spray paint, and spray gun (ready-to-spray) paint.

WARNING: When using TUP123 products, please use common sense. Keep all paint products away from children. Do not inhale or ingest. Abuse of these products can be harmful or fatal. Most of this paint is illegal for people under the age of 18 to purchase. Use in a well-ventilated area, and please protect yourself by wearing disposable gloves and a respirator. Do not store paint in your car. Keep paint in a cool and dry environment. EPA may require special disposal in your area. If you have to send any paints back to us, ask first. This type of paint is not allowed in the mail without very special attention and packaging. It must be sent surface transportation only. Solvent-based paint is flammable.

Remember Safety!

When using our products please use common sense. Keep all of our products away from children. Do not inhale or ingest. Abuse of these products can be harmful or fatal. Most of this paint is illegal for people under the age of 18 to purchase. Test the color match before using on your car. Wear disposable gloves. Use in a well ventilated area. Do not store paint in your car. Keep paint in a cool and dry environment. EPA may require special disposal in your area. If you have to send any paints back to us ask first. This type of paint is not allowed in the mail with out very special attention and packaging. It must be sent surface transportation only. Solvent based paint is flammable.

Tri-coat paint is a little different.

If your paint is labeled as “tri-coat”, look for your specific intructions listed on our specific directions pages for touch up paint bottles, spray paint cans, ready-to-spray paint, and paint pens.