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Contact an auto paint store. If the car has its factory paint you can find a code for that paint, usually on a plaque inside the driver’s door. The paint store can likely sell you a spray can or three of that same paint. Bare metal areas should be primed, preferably with sprayed primer. If the paint is not original, most auto paint stores offer color matching for a price.
This greatly depends on how significantly the bumper is scratched. Superficial scratches can be dealt with in the same way as scratches on metal panels.....polish. If that doesn't work.........polish harder. If thats not working its a deep scratch(you can jump to this step if the plastic is obviously deformed). In this event its best to sand back the area with 400-800grit sand paper depending on the severity (100-200 if its really bad), as you smooth it down you'll want to increase the grit until its smooth as glass. Once the surrounding area is smooth, fill the affected area with a 2-part plastic filler (in my experience the more expensive fillers do a better job, the cheap ones tend not to harden very well). Sand back the filler and prime it. Then paint. You will likely be able to find a spray paint touch-up-paint at your local auto store.. Don't expect to get it right your first time, these things can be tricky. The best part is that if your first attempt isn't successful, its only a matter of sanding it back and trying again.
You can google “auto paint supplies” to find distributors in your local area. Some NAPA and larger O’Reilly auto part stores are selling paint supplies. I’m talking real paint, not touch up or rattle can. If all else fails you can try online, “thecoatingstore.com” (not an endorsement, just one i know) If you have no experience, try a brick and mortar store. The employees can give advice and help with questions.
Here's the problem. Those touchup cans that announce that they contain factory colors probably do, but it is the ,application, that makes the final match, not the paint. The brush touch up invariably works out to be too dark and heavy looking and the spray can never seems to be the correct color either BECAUSE the factory that cans the stuff has to make it to be applied in just about any temperature and condition you can think of... even though they provide optimum application instructions it is rare that the customer follows the rules. When someone asks me to help them out with a touchup I always buy a pint of "factory pack" paint and prepare the damaged surface just as I would if painting an entire car. I then use professional spray equipment (and years of experience) to do the application. ,Even then, I sometimes get it a tenth-shade off... not usually noticeable by the average Joe but definitely shows up under careful professional scrutiny. That all being said- and I haven't tried it- is to get some paint from ,Touch Up Paint and Accessories, which will sell you custom packaged product but it will still be up to you to properly prepare and apply the stuff. And, it probably won't be as cheap as you want.
Marketing research. Through years of customer feedback the paint manufacturers have figured out what sells and what doesn’t. Paint- even in spray cans- doesn’t last forever. If they see certain colours coming back unsold they know that it doesn’t sell. Flat and matte (*matt) are 2 different sheens. You ,can, get almost any colour your heart desires as a spray can by special request from ,Touch Up Paint and Accessories, and there may be some local auto body supply specialists in your area that can do it for you as well.
I don’t know why you can’t as long as you are using the small bottle with the brush. Most auto part stores sell touch up paint. If you want to spray paint the car, no you shouldn’t do it at home.
Short answer? No, you won't be able to compound out the defects. They are there to stay. Even if you manage to get out the major stuff ,just wait, until you see it in the sunshine. Let's try to sort this. Unfortunately you aren't going to like the answer. First, I want to be sure that I am reading that you are using an aerosol can, correct? I am basing the rest of my answer on this. Aerosol paint is formulated to spray anywhere it is sold whether it is Antarctica or Africa. As a result it is a compromise wherever it is used. It isn't surprising that you are getting a poor result. The spray pattern (splotchy/gloss/matte/rough/skunk stripe) you are experiencing is because the nozzle doesn't output the paint evenly. It shoots less paint at the outside of the fan and more towards the center. This is a ,partial, reason for the appearance of "skunk stripes". The other reason is since the material spray is so light at the outer part of the fan that it dries almost before it reaches the destination. Since it doesn't melt into previous passes it develops an "orange peel". One way to minimize this is to hold the can at a 45º angle and to overlap each pass by 75%. That is, if the pattern gives you a 6" wide pattern you should make your first pass, move down 1-1/2" and do the next, then move down another 1-1/2" and do the next... ,ad nauseum,. You don't get 16 ounces of paint in a 16 ounce spray can. It is more like 2 ounces of paint, 2 ounces of thinner, and 12 ounces of propellant. Read the can to determine coverage. If you didn't shake the can thoroughly and continued to shake it throughout the job then the stuff may have separated somewhat ,even though it is clear,. When I paint a typical car hood I use something like 1 pint of reduced color and 1 to 2 pints of reduced clear. That means I use a total of 32 to 48 ounces of material, roughly equivalent to 8 to 12 big spray cans of paint. Did you apply that much? Once the paint is dry each coat you apply results in about a 0.25 micron thick application. 4 coats provide 1 micron. There are 25,400 microns in an inch. If you wait the necessary time until the paint is cured (if you get up close and smell, and can still smell the paint it isn't cured) and then go after it with compunds and polishes it won't be long before you hit the color coats (I hope you waited until the color coats were cured before applying the clear OR that you sprayed the clear immediately after the color). Spray cans were never intended to use on full panels- they are for touch up. Unfortunately, now that the work is started- if you were to go to a body shop to have it redone- they would very likely have to strip the paint you applied, effectively doubling or even tripling the cost of what would have otherwise been a straightforward job (not to mention the cost of the materials you used).
No. It is Aluminum COLORED paint. It is good for touching up rim rash on aluminum wheels, trim, etc. Aluminum doesn't rust, but it also gets kind of crusty looking, and the only way to really fix aluminum finish is to polish the crap out of it. Do NOT spray paint it. Just look up a reputable auto-body shop and have them take care of it. Most car problems are made worse by covering up serious issues like “putting lipstick on a pig", as my grandfather would have said.
If you prepare a surface first, and apply paint In the specified conditions, it sticks and dries If you need common sense about paint ask the part store or the paint store. I had a painter guy explain everything about it and show me spray patterns of nozzles on touch-up cans he sold or could make and put matching paint in the can himself. Body shop. Painters supply. Auto finishes supply. Just ask. Perfect matching. Is done by pros