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Brushes for AwlGrip topcoat.

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Have a small ding in the bow and was wondering what is the best brush to use for touching up some Awlgrip topcoat?

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Awlgrip is very tough to do a repair and match the existing paint without telling a repair was done.  Typically repairs would be sprayed.  If it's only a small ding as you mention, a foam brush would work also a fine china bristle brush or badger hair.  Anything larger than a match head ding will be difficult to repair and will be noticeable. 

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