GET YOUR IDEAL COLOR MATCH WITH OUR HYUNDAI TOUCH UP PAINT.
Achieve a flawless factory finish with our industry-leading matching system that allows you to get the Hyundai touch up paint that is perfect for your vehicle.
Whether you’re looking for Hyundai matched touch up paints for your 2009 Shine Red Elantra or an Apple Green Metallic 2011 accent, we have the perfect Hyundai paint codes available for you.
ERA paints have an array of experience in helping our customers find the correct Hyundai paint codes and Hyundai paint colors. We provide our guides to make the touch up paint process exceptionally easy so that you can fix your scrapes and scratches.
Regardless of which Hyundai car color you have, it will be on our extensive Hyundai codes list. We stock an enormous range of colors that even include metallic blue car paint, various stardust colors, and paint for a 2005 True Blue Metallic Tiburon.
Our OEM touch up paint will restore your Hyundai to its perfect shade, it provides a great finish every time, and all our colors are precision matches. We also pride ourselves on the outstanding value we offer all of our customers alongside free shipping.
We have created a Hyundai touch up paint guide to walk you through the process so that you can avoid costly body shops and complete the work yourself. You will find information on:
- Locating and understanding your Hyundai paint code
- Choosing the best products for you – regardless of whether its a Hyundai touch up paint pen or a spray product?
- Applying the Hyundai touch up paint
- Understanding the tools that are needed to complete the touch up process yourself
- Tips, tricks and detailed instructions on the whole process
- Find out which colors are the easiest to maintain
- What is the two-step paint system?
It is important to us that our customers receive the best service. If there is anything we have missed, please give us a call and one of our expert staff members will be able to help. To help you every step of the way through the process of applying Hyundai touch up paint we also have a range of videos you can watch
How to find the Hyundai paint codes. The expert guide to the location of the Hyundai paint codes
Locating your Hyundai color code is straightforward, to find your Hyundai paint codes:
- Check on the inside of the driver’s door jamb
- Check on the door pillar and the door edge
- The code can be found in these places on all but a few models
- For these models, it is located on the firewall
- Look for the sticker that also contains your VIN
- Hyundai paint codes are typically 2-3 digits long
- They include both numbers and letters
- It will be next to the Paint heading
You will be able to locate the color code inside the driver’s door jamb on most models of Hyundai. However, on the Excel and Scoupe, it will be found on the firewall in the center.
The Hyundai color code will be located on a silver or black sticker. It will have either two or three digits, and later models tend to have a three-digit code. The code can be made of numbers and letters.
An example code is: JA
The letters represent the code for the Hyundai 2009 Shine Red Elantra.
After finding your Hyundai paint code, be sure to write it down. From here ordering the paint is uncomplicated. Use our extensive Hyundai codes list to find it online, order a Hyundai touch up paint kit, and then we will send it to you. As standard, the delivery is free of charge.
It is important to remember that Hyundai, like other manufacturers, may use different names for the same color depending on the vehicle. So your 2005 True Blue Metallic Tiburon may have a different color name on your friend’s pickup, but they will use the JA code.
How to repair your Hyundai with touch up paint
Completing the touch up paint process yourself is easier than you might imagine, and it also keeps the cost of the repair significantly lower. You also get to complete the fixes on your schedule. This means you won’t have to be without a vehicle while you wait at a body shop.
To make the process as simple as possible, we have outlined the steps needed to fix your Hyundai below. If you follow these, you will restore your vehicle to its original factory finish quickly and easily. You must choose a day when the temperature is suitable. You should aim for temperatures that are a minimum of 50 degrees F when painting
- Your first step should be to clean the damaged area gently. It is essential to use grease remover on the area you are going to work on.
- Apply masking area around the damaged area to protect the surrounding paint
- Next is the application of the primer. It should be applied in multiple thin layers. You must let the layers dry for a minimum of five minutes between applications. Then let everything dry overnight.
- The next day or once it has dried, use sandpaper to smooth the area. For optimum painting, first, use 220 grit followed by 600 grit.
- Apply the Hyundai touch up paint. Like the primer do it in several small layers, waiting 5 minutes between coats.
- After applying several layers, check that it is in line with the surrounding paint.
- Allow the paint to dry overnight.
- Once dry, you must spray the area with clear coat. It should be applied three times. Between applications let the area dry for a minimum of 10 minutes.
- The Hyundai touch up paint process is complete
- It is essential to wait a few days before applying any compound
For anyone needing further help on completing the touch up paint process, we have videos on Youtube that you can watch. They are simple and easy to follow. For a flawless factory finish, it is crucial to follow the steps correctly. If you are having any trouble, please contact our experts who are on hand to help you through any problems.
Which is best a Hyundai touch up paint pen, Hyundai spray paint or a different product?
Every scratch is different, and the equipment you need will reflect this. Generally, there are two different things you can use to perform touch ups:
- Hyundai Spray Paint – This is ideal for large damaged areas. Spray paint needs to be used alongside our 12 oz Aerosol Spray Canister
- Hyundai Touch Up Paint Pens – These can be useful when there are small damaged areas.
- Hyundai Paint Dabbers
In the pursuit of providing industry-leading products for our customers, we do not sell Hyundai touch up paint pens at ERA. We believe that they can’t offer the flawless factory finish that we aim to give our customers. In particular, touch up paint pens do not handle the demands of metallic paint well, and it tends to flake. This doesn’t provide a great finish.
Hyundai spray paint is a far better option. It is excellent for large areas of damage and means that you can even fix your Hyundai Santa with Sparkling Silver Metallic paint, without the worry of a poor finish. For large jobs, you will need multiple spray cans. It is essential to provide our clients with great value, and that is why we opt to sell 12-ounce canisters rather than 10-ounce, it allows you to complete the work without spending too much.
For smaller scratches and chips, jars with dabbers on the end are the best choice.
What will I need to fix my Hyundai DIY style?
Doing the work yourself has an array of upsides. It is far cheaper than using a body shop and is also rewarding to fix it yourself. The Hyundai touch up paint process is straightforward. But you have to get the right tools to get a great finish.
We recommend you buy:
- Primer – is vital to completing the first part of the touch up paint process
- Choose a spray or a jar – to administer for your OEM touch up paint
- ClearCoat – This is used in the last part of the process
- Wax and grease cleaner – to prepare the area for painting
- Soap and water – to help clean the area
- Sandpaper – 320 and 600 grit to smooth the area
- Masking tape – this stops paint affecting the non-damaged areas
- A towel – to shine the car once the ClearCoat has dried
- Nitrile Gloves – They help protect your hands throughout
We have kits where you can purchase all of the items above in a bundle. You can buy them separately, but it works out more expensive.
Think before you buy. What is the easiest color Hyundai to maintain?
Regardless of how much you spend on buying a vehicle, it is important to try and keep maintenance costs low over the vehicles lifetime. One of the easiest ways to avoid paint maintenance is to think about purchasing a car with a color that is more resistant to scratches and scrapes. Some colors show off damage more than others, and this can damage the pride you have in your car.
We have outlined some things to consider when deciding on the color of your vehicle.
- Across the board, the car, which requires the least maintenance in terms of the paintwork is white, silver, and gray.
- If you want to hide general dust or minor scratches, white can be ideal. But more intensive stains can show up like a sore thumb.
- Light colors, in general, tend to require less paint maintenance across their lifetime.
- Metallic paint can be quite labor-intensive and isn’t the best choice alongside black and red.
- Pearl and Metallic based paints are among the worst offenders in terms of highlighting scratches
- Dark colors such as black tend to highlight scratches prominently
As well as avoiding the touch up paint process altogether, choosing the correct car color means that you can avoid having to maintain the appearance of your vehicle rigorously.
Choosing a car color is low maintenance means that it won’t require a wash every other day. Overall, they are more friendly on the back pocket and will save you a lot of time.
Is clear coat needed? How is it different from a two-step paint system?
Before the 1980s, paint was applied to cars in a single step process. The various compounds were combined and applied to the body of the vehicle at the same time. Overall, it was a flawed but straightforward process.
- Single-stage paint jobs did not have exceptional longevity and tended to fade significantly because of the sun. The knock-on effect is that it costs the owner more.
- Single-stage paint jobs tend to lack the shine of their two-stage counterparts.
- Cars with single-stage paint jobs tended to absorb more heat and be less reflective.
Following the single-step process was the two-step paint system that is now the primary method for painting cars. It involves applying the paint, which is then covered with a clear coat. Despite being a more complicated and pricier process, it has some key advantages.
- The two-step process is robust and will last a very long time.
- Two-step paint jobs stand up very well against the elements, including the sun and snow.
- The paint is more scratch-resistant because a layer of clear coat protects it.
- Cheaper over the lifetime of the car because less maintenance is required.
Hyundai Touch Up Paint Conclusion
We strive to give our customers the best information possible so that you can complete the Hyundai touch up paint process at home. If you have any other questions that are not answered here, please give us a call, and we can assist you.