#1
I have a paint chip on the body of my guitar.
I do not want to replace the paint, but I would like to know what to do so that the chip does not spread and cause more of the paint to flake off.

It is a LTD Viper-400 if that helps, but I doubt that it matters.

Thanks for your help!

Sorry if this is the wrong area to post this, it was the most logical to me
#3
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Small chip on clear finished guitar?

Clear nail polish has worked for me in the past.

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#4
So I should just take some clear nail polish and put it on the wood taht is exposed and over like the surrounding area of actualy paint. Will that seal up the cracks in the paint surrounding the exposed wood and stop them frome expanding? Or would I be better off using super glue?
Last edited by seab4zz at Jan 30, 2009,
#5
Nail polish is made to cover. Super glue actually works worse when you use more than a single drop.