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Paint query

Tom Gaynor

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Is there any company in the UK that will produce aerosols of paint to match a colour chip?
 
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tonythecat

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Hi Tom I don't know whether you have tried one of the larger Halfords, but they have quite a comprehensive selection, and if your "chip" matches one of their references they will mix while you wait for about a tenner.

Tony
 

Tom Gaynor

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Paint

We have a Halfords. But will they fill an aerosol? I don't want to learn spray painting and buy all the kit! (I've been given rsbikepaint as a lead which I'll follow tomorrow.

Hi Tom I don't know whether you have tried one of the larger Halfords, but they have quite a comprehensive selection, and if your "chip" matches one of their references they will mix while you wait for about a tenner.

Tony
 

roy the mechanic

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aerosol paints

Holts have a paint system to fill areasols to match. Our local accesorry shop has such a system [in essex]. A search of Holts web site should,ihope, find your local agent. Roy.
 

tonythecat

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Hi Tom, sorry if I did not make myself clear, I was answering your original query re aerosols, and this is what I was refering to, aerosols to match for a tenner, sorry for the confusion.

Tony
 
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