Hi Johnsqual try to match the colour of your frame to a solvent based touch up stick like what you would find in your local motor factors say Halfords, motor world. Each coat can be dried with a heat gun in a couple of minutes. then you can apply the clear coat which is also available from the same stores. The clear coat should be left over night to cure. If you want it to look mint the best way is to flat the touched in areas with some fine grade wet and dry sand paper 1500/2000 grade then by hand give it a good rub with some buffing compound. This will take the edge of the build up of clear coat and unless you know where it has been touched up it will be pretty hard to tell. Just pm me for any more advice
Current bikes, 1987 Dawes Wildcat, 1997 Marin Bob Cat Trail, 2014 Boardman CX pro (work bike) On One 45650b.