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Old 09-24-2014, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default Matching Spray paint for BM white dove

Have to paint window inserts. Waste to brush and I'm not pulling the big sprayer out. Only need 1/2 dozen cans so myperfectcolor is a rip. Anyone previously match this?
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We used to use a brand called utilac when matching window grids to windows painted with satin impervo and it was nearly a perfect match
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No, but have you tried the Prevail spray system? you can use your paint of choice. Takes a little time to get it thinned but it could pay off.
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My local BM dealer fills spray cans. You only have to buy a quart, which they can make whatever color and put into 10 or so cans.
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S/W does the same thing but only in oil base.
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S/W does the same thing but only in oil base.
Not around here, they used to but stopped. Must be something left to local discretion.
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My local BM dealer fills spray cans. You only have to buy a quart, which they can make whatever color and put into 10 or so cans.
Ours can do that with either oil- or water-borne. The water-borne version is very temperature-sensitive, though.
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Thanks to all. I found a JC licht that fills BM spray cans downtown( Chicago).
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I second the Preval sprayer system idea. I've never used one myself but I've heard good things about them for small jobs. Most hardware and paint stores will carry it. http://store.preval.com/?gclid=CMe8x...FUKCMgodcS0A2Q

Also, kind of a long shot. By where I live there's an automotive paint supplier http://www.automotivecolorsupply.com/ that will actually take your bucket of paint and put it into actual spray cans. There's a chance there's a company near you that could do the same thing

Edit: Ah, looks like you beat me to it

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My local supplier fills aerosol cans with any BM product. The last time we did it was Regal Select eggshell to spray some speaker screens to match the walls. Worked beautifully.
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My local supplier fills aerosol cans with any BM product. The last time we did it was Regal Select eggshell to spray some speaker screens to match the walls. Worked beautifully.
Hey I'm close by in Issaquah - which store does this for you?
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