I got this last year for a black 159, I was unsure about the colour options in the drop down box on the website, but they sent the right stuff! Paint code was on the inner edge of the boot lid near the rear lights.
My biggest gripe with it, is that after all the hard work of applying it, nearly a year on, the paint seems to have worn off on a lot of the spots I touched up!
Maybe this is down to poor application on my part or possibly the monthly waxing of the car has somehow taken a toll on the touch up spots? Has anyone else had this problem?
Before I started, the bonnet and rear wheel arches were peppered with white specks from stone chips, it almost looked like there was a coating of white dust on it! I would say it works best on chips smaller than the size of a match head. I imagine all the applicator touch-up paints are the similar but I found it very labour intensive to apply and I certainly wouldn't have had the patience to apply it to every tiny speck. And the more you fix the more that seem to appear!
I found you have to take a small amount of it and apply it relative quickly before it starts to thicken, as smoothly as possible, then the hard part is buffing it down to a smooth blend - its really hard work to blend it in smoothly so it really pays to only use as little as possible, otherwise you spend ages polishing away the excess! I would guess it took me a good half day to do the bonnet alone. However, after completion it did look noticeably better, while it lasted!
I'd be keen to hear other peoples experiences of it and if there is some thing I could have done better in the application/polishing process to make it last longer?