Since I've been riding my restored '70 Tiger I have about a half dozen very minor paint chips. Not a big deal and I definately wouldn't consider riding it less to avoid having this kind of stuff happen. But I would like to touch up the paint chips if possible. I had a tiny stratch on the bottom of my side cover not in a noticeable spot so tried touching up with Diamond Hard Acrylic Enamel (rust inhibiting) and using a very fine paint brush. I could definately see the paint brush marks when I was done. In another spot on the side cover there were a few very tiny chips (pin head size) which I gave very gentle dabs of paint to, and the result was a lot better, no paint brush marks at all, much harder to notice. But on my gas tank and fenders I have a few very small chips, I figured I could get a small container of touch up paint from Don Hutchinson in correct Spring Gold, the only question is do I dab at the chip with a paint brush or is there another more sophisticated way (that a handy person could do without any special tools) to touch up where the result is better/less noticeable? Thanks a lot because I intend to ride my bike like crazy, and I know I will be getting some more wee chips in her paint, not a big deal but I'd like to know how to fix them.