Originally Posted by Repzard
If the car was Black you could use the Black Box.
I would try buffing it out first before you try touching it up.
A small mark can turn bigger quick if you dont know what youre doing.
Guessing by his name, he has a yellow car... and that stuff is junk. Tried that junk on a black A4 ultra-sport and my dads black '07 GT/CS. Better off getting an orbital buffer and doing a real detail job on the car. Just make sure you know what you're doing - use the right pads and products. It's worth the time and effort.
Pictures would be really helpful... but for other members who might find this useful, I've bought a touch up kit from http://drcolorchip.com/
and it did a pretty good job on the little defects I've found in my paint. Much better than any touch up paint you can buy from your local auto parts store or a Ford dealer.
A good clay baring and regular waxing are always helpful in protecting your paint and making your car looking its best.