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I’ve tried every way possible to use technology for color and paint matching, but none of them have every worked well. I guess I should have just looked to a paint distributor for the answer, which is what The Gadgeteer did. Benjamin Moore has a handy, […]

Pocket_paletteI’ve tried every way possible to use technology for color and paint matching, but none of them have every worked well. I guess I should have just looked to a paint distributor for the answer, which is what The Gadgeteer did. Benjamin Moore has a handy, dandy little piece of tech that can scan or read colors and then match them to paint; Benjamin Moore’s paint, but you knew that, right? You can have up to 20 color matches stored and there’s no apparent color calibration needed for the scanner. One of these mini-scanners will set you back $299, but if you’ve ever shopped for paint at a Benjamin Moore store, you’ll know that this is actually a bargain.

-kct

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