Paint colours for modern Dutch, German & Italian Warships

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Paint colours for modern Dutch, German & Italian Warships

Postby MichaelB » 01 Mar 2016 21:08

In the last week or so, I've been asked for modern colours for various navies. To make life easier, I've summarised each one on a pdf which can be downloaded.

Dulux have said that their shops can mix these colours and have provided formulae to support this. So you should in theory be able to get this from any supplier of Dulux paints. A word of warning, different paint companies use not only different codes for their tints but some use different tints. So a green tint from one manufacturer might not be the same colour as from another manufacturer.

Enjoy.

Michael
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Re: Paint colours for modern Dutch, German & Italian Warships

Postby SlatsSSN » 31 Aug 2021 11:29

Just noticed this thread Michael.
Many thanks - invaluable to have this at hand.

Cheers

J
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