Thank you for your comprehensive reply, much appreciated.For tiny spots I use this from Ebay TESLA WHITE WATER PPSW PAINT 30ML TOUCH UP KIT *BASE & PEARL* REPAIR PAINT BRUSH | eBay
This is a two-part kit, the base white is a little too bright & the pearlescent coat gives a noticeable sheen but I've found that by mixing the two I can arrive at something that is very close to the original colour & only apparent if looking carefully for it.
After the paint has dried for a while I draw a soft tissue dipped in isopropanol alcohol gently across the surface & after a few passes this blends the blob down to the surface depth of the original paint. It's tricky but with patience the results are good.
My car hasn't needed to cover more than small chips (yet!) but if that was needed then I believe Chipex is the closest. Maybe someone else has experience with this.
(I had previously tried the Paint2 Fix PPSW kit but the white is very yellow, almost green/grey & not a good match at all so I can't recommend)
Don’t chipex guarantee a match? Maybe get in contact with them?I had occasion to use my ChipEx kit last week and I have to say I wasn't that impressed. The white paint is just a shade too bright to match the original colour.
Is there really nothing better out there?