Has anybody sourced touch-up paint for typhoon silver?

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elp_jc

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I ordered several things for my new Calligraphy, but couldn't find typhoon silver touch-up paint anywhere. I saw basically all colors, except typhoon silver. Even saw a 'lagoon silver', but I'm sure it's not the same. If somebody was able to find matching touch-up paint at any dealer parts website, or even aftermarket, please post a link, to order some. Oh, and how about the darker gray for the Calligraphy wheels? It'd be great to order that too. Thanks gang.
 
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Kirbo

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Do you have a link for the touch up paint? I should probably get some. We have Lagoon Silver and it's definitely not the same as Typhoon Silver. The Lagoon has a lot of blue in it and the Typhoon seems to be a solid silver color.
 

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Usually the dealer parts department has touch up paint, which may be from a third party company. If they don't have it (or know where to get it) you may have to wait if it is a new color. Even though you can buy parts online from some dealers, it may not be in the Hyundai Motor America parts catalog (used for those online websites).
 

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I found this company online. I don’t know if either grey color is your color code, but you can check it.
 

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Awesome. I MUCH prefer spray paint, as I can paint a small area if needed. Plus I can spray a little on a small glass bottle I have, then use a toothpick to fill small chips and nicks. And a Q-tip stem cut at an angle for larger chips. You pay $25, but you'd never need any more than that, so it's the better value IMO. Those little bottles dry up quickly, in my experience. Thank you both.
 
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