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Old 05-01-2012, 12:51 PM   #1
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Touch-Up Interior Paint

Our T12 RB has a few tiny rubs/ scratches on the interior, white walls. They are totally cosmetic but are scrapped down to the metal. Has anyone used touch-up paint or another remedy to cover up these type blemishes?
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Old 05-01-2012, 01:11 PM   #2
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I'd be interested too. I have some rub marks around the door area in the ceiling. These were caused by once towing with the top door in the opened position and once with the top door closed but flip latch left undone.

I now check and recheck that latch whenever lowering the roof.
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When I had my pop camper I had to retouch the white once and a while because of frictions with items etc. I used the paint from spray can paints. I spray an amount inside the cover and let it sit a few minutes because the paint is very thin when it comes from the can. After a short time you can see that the paint is more consistent. I use a small artist paint brush and do my touch up.
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