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I have a good size (OK, fingernail size) chip in the center of my driver's door. Metallic paint, BC/CC...what's the best way to touch up?? After I repair the chip, Im assuming I wet sand the entire door first, cause the whole door has to be cleared later. Then it gets confusing..some tell me to just shoot the repaired area with the base coat, trying to feather it out from the chip outward. Others tell me just shoot the entire door over. Either way, I know I will have to clear the entire door. I would think that if I just do a smaller area and try to blend it, it would show up more if the color was not an exact match, or if it is not sprayed exactly like it was the first time. I know that metallics are a little tricky to re-shoot. Which way would you go??