Custom Paint Matching
We know that when you need touch-up paint it needs to match the colour and gloss of your original finish. Our highly trained professionals can match Our Paint, to your colour of choice. Simply send us a colour panel or an actual part of your product or equipment. You may also select your colour from a Pantone colour card deck but this option will be much harder to be exactly accurate.
Each colour match is assigned a formula number that is stored in our colour database for a limited time. With this stored information, future orders can be processed immediately without delay. We will also provide you with a colour label providing you with all the necessary information for re-ordering.
There are lots of different sizes and qualities of paint to match your budget:
- Sizes Available:
- Touch-Up Bottles
- ½ Pint
- Pint, Quart
- 5 Gallon
- Types: Base Coat/Clear Coats, Acrylic Enamels, Polyurethane, Urethanes (Just to mention a few)
- Custom mixed to match your original factory colour code.
- Custom matched colours have an excellent colour match.
12 ounce spray paint can filled with colour basecoat has been custom matched to your exact factory colour code. Each can is made on a per order basis. Almost all modern and many older cars are available in a basecoat / clearcoat formula so clearcoat is required for a proper shine and paint match. We mix the highest paint quality available for your order. In the event that your paint color is only available in a singlestage (no clearcoat) formula we will remove and refund clearcoat if you order it.
Each Rondex Base Coat Spray Can contains 3oz of paint. Your coverage will vary based on the colour (Blacks, Whites, Greens, Blues cover better. Reds, Yellows, tend to be more transparent.) A guideline would be 3-4 cans to do a primed car bumper, however, spray cans are more ideal for small repairs or small projects.
Finding your colour code:
Your colour code is actually located on your car, there are various different points where you might find it depending on your car’s make and model. The image below shows the most likely positions.