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They look more like a flake was chipped off than a wear spot. The difference could be how well the edges of those blemishes are adhered.

Unfortunately, Awlgrip is not very repairable, especially against aged and oxidized paint. Your new pint will have to be artificially aged, or it would stand out worse than the blemish. Then, it just doesn't blend in well. At best, you can cover a blemish so that it's less noticeable to the eye, but will likely be a clear repair up close. An artist brush on a small scratch is the best approach.

However, sometimes, it's just better to let her show her age gracefully. Tons of plastic surgery, usually makes her face look ridiculous.

If you actually have AwlCraft, it would be an entirely different story. That can be feathered and resprayed.
 
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