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Re: How to get paint mixed to match a paint code? (archive)

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Posted by Guibo on September 10, 1999 at 02:48:48:

In Reply to: How to get paint mixed to match a paint code? posted by David on September 09, 1999 at 11:54:38:

: I am doing some touch up inside the spare tire well, and need to get some paint that comes close to my mintgrun color.

: How goes a guy get a small batch mixed up for touch-up work? It does not need to be a perfect match, no one will ever see it there anyway.

You will also have to decide on type of paint:acrylic, urethane with clear..etc...The original paint is Glauserit. Highly recomended (high solids content) and you can get a perfect match by code. Dupont only offers these in single stage..You would need a custom match for a clear coat. Being the well, You'll probably need only single stage. Don't forget the right primer!


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