Of concern is;
"Weatherproofed and Disguised: means a repair
technique which can be applied only to a Chip. The
repair will not restore the damaged area back to its original
condition as it is limited to a paint touch-in to protect the
area from further damage or corrosion. Damage will
remain slightly visible.
I'm still looking for "You are supposed to inform your main insurance company each time you claim."
Tell your existing insurer about any ‘cosmetic’ claims
You might think claiming on another policy won’t affect your main car cover; but that’s not necessarily the case. Keeping quiet about claims or incidents on the cosmetic front could cause problems with your regular insurer.
The AA’s Ian Crowder says drivers should ‘disclose all claims and incidents to their insurer, while Vanessa Chance from LV= says if you have an accident, incident or claim involving your car, you are "normally required to tell your insurer regardless of whether you make a claim or not". If a customer does not disclose this information when asked, this could invalidate their insurance policy.
Tidy alloys actually told me this but I found this, hope it helps