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posticon A recipe for grey!


This is from Troutstudio could be very helpful.
Jack

"I took my Powertone along to a paint store and they did a scan and came up with the following:

Base: Dulux Ultra Deep

B 0Y 16N
EE 0Y 34N
G 0Y 6N
M 0y 62N

It's very close to the original - the colour especially so. The paint itself is maybe a tad shinier.

I started on my 20" kick as the interior was trashed. All the extra holes are filled and it's nice and smooth. It's looking good already."


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PK.


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Re: A recipe for grey!


Thanks! good info.
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Has anyone tried Dupli-Color grey/white spatter paint? It looks like it could be close.
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I did use the dupli-color paint and it looks really close to the original. Just an FYI
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