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      10-15-2019, 09:44 AM   #1
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Mineral grey painting

Hello, I am interested in getting aftermarket fenders. Will mineral grey be hard to match and 100% require blending? Or can I get away with just painting the fenders and calling it a day? Will be taken to a skilled shop, but im trying to avoid paying an additional 1000+ for blending.
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      10-16-2019, 09:03 PM   #2
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Hello, I am interested in getting aftermarket fenders. Will mineral grey be hard to match and 100% require blending? Or can I get away with just painting the fenders and calling it a day? Will be taken to a skilled shop, but im trying to avoid paying an additional 1000+ for blending.
Take them your gas door to match the color correctly.

It depends on the condition of your existing paint and still its not 100%.

Unless they think they can get it spot on I'd have them paint the fenders on the car and blend it.
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