Originally Posted by dag214
I have used latex before, and the color matching is 100% spot on, but I just hate the 5-6 days of really drying 100%, and since I am in a basement shop about 2 weeks. And sanding latex stinks....
Hi guys,for paint matching I use a local specialist dec.merchant who have a scanning colour matching mixer.Spot on match!They can mix using an acrylic base,lot quicker dry than latex.Might be worth investigating.
Once scanned in the system stores the info- you can go back and ask for a can of say stupot grey46 and it's straight there.It also stores a load of standard colours.