How to Tint the Proceed Products

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In Your Studio

There are many methods to add color to your textures or glaze and make it reproducable from the simplest and least accurate to the most accurate: drops, syringes, measuring cups and spoons on up to weighing on a scale.


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This is a place to shop for a good quality scale

Watch this video to learn How to Use a Scale

Watch this video to learn How to Use the Proceed Recipe Calculator

In A Paint Store


Beau Whaley, owner of Epic and Memorial Paint stores in Houston, TX, provided us with great information regarding how to use Benjamin Moore tints with Metallic Texture bases in order to reproduce popular market colors:


Most Popular Metallic Texture Colors at Epic Paint in Houston, TX
ANTIQUE PARCHMENT
OY25
RX1.5
BK4
TG0.25
GY3
WH1X0
MUSTARD SEED
YW1X18.5
BK1.75
OG6.75
CHAMPAGNE MIST
OY10
OG1
GY2
CHARRED OLIVE
OY3X30.5
BK2X2
RD20
EGGPLANT
BK5X17
MA3X12
OG7X22
SILVER MOSS
BK2
TG0.5
MA0.25
GY0.5
WH5
YW3.75
BROWN SUEDE
OY2X24.5
BK13
OG26
DRY SAGE
OY1X0
BK14
CHARRED GOLD
OY17
BK8.5
OG3.5
HC-44 LENOX TAN BENJAMIN MOORE
OY21
RX1.5
BK4
GY3
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