I used to run a detail shop in the 90s, if you match your color code the color is fine, but the technique you use is the tricky part.
Less is more - The huge azz brush they give in the bottle, DO NOT use it - do not overlap the edges of the good paint.
Maybe you could post a picture cause clear coat peeling tends to continue and depending where it is touch up may look poor.
They do make a little ball point pen type applicator, prob expensive, but its tits for chips and dings. I see the touch up guy use it every week when I am listing the cars.
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