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I have a slight scratch on my swing arm and I would like to paint it but I am not sure what to use to do it properly.
Advice would be much appreciated.
P.S. I am from England
 

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If its just a slight scratch, I say you should just live with it and call it a battle scar. Trying to fix it might make it appear more noticable. Maybe save the fix for years down the road when you wanna maybe paint it....or worse yet... if you have an accident. Don't let the little things get to you. If it was a show bike, sure try to fix it, ... but if you ride it like its meant to be ridden, the bike is gonna eventually show some wear and tear....
 

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I have a scratch on my black swingarm. Took a black sharpie felt pen to it and let it sit for a few hours. Barely noticeable now. No biggie.
 

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I used Rustoleum Flat black BBQ grill paint to cover up an area when I removed the stickers and some paint came up with it. Just spray some into a cup and use a toothpick to gravity feed the paint into the nick. When it's dry, you can't even see it.
 

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----^^^ ..... very good tips!
 
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