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Not a problem mate, glad to have been able to help.
Instead of a brush, you may wish to use an open-ended paper clip instead, as this will apply a more precise drop of paint into the chip (it's the method I use).
If the trim is only lightly scuffed, you may wish to remove it and after it is clean & dry, spray some clear lacquer (until you get the level of sheen you want) over the entire surface, it will aid in restoring the lustre. Its just a thought if you had an aerosol lying around.
Best of luck with your repairs.
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