Due to an unfortuante run-in with a pole at a mall charger, I needed to touch up a small scratch on my rear bumper. I ordered the touch-up paint from Tesla, but it is really very odd looking. There is almost no pigment in it (yes, I shook it until my arm was sore). I thought maybe that was so that the clear would rise to the surface and try to give it a clearcoat look. After 6 coats of the stuff, all I have is a mess that looks worse than the black gash on the bumper. The paint has no body to it, so it just runs and I have to wipe off the drips. So now I have a glob of semi-transparent paint at the bottom of the scratch, and almost no coverage of the booboo at the top. Is this the way the Pearl touch-up paint is supposed to be? If so, I guess I'll have to go another route. A piece of white plastic tape would look better.