Just wanted to throw another option in the mix and show some before and after pix. I am sure there is a better match but I was just going on what I had on my hobby bench at the time. I used a small hobby brush and would recommend this for small to medium chips. Larger chips/scratches are going to require sanding and an airbrush. The paint I used is Tamiya XF-56 Metallic Grey. I believe it may also come in a small spray can. You can find it at your local hobby store (hobby as in remote control cars, not scrapbooks `) The paint is about $4 and took less than 3 minutes. So easy even a caveman can do it. I know there are 5 pages of search results on this topic. It seems that the only solutions have been to replace the piece, take it to a body shop or spray paint it yourself. Im sure I can find a closer match but I was just going on what I had on hand. Just trying to give something back to the community, enjoy.