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Originally Posted by MARTINSR
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As far as the color, I am not with you. If you have the paint in the can and you stir it up well each time you pour off from the can, the last time will be the same color as the first.

The reference may be to your "Basics of basics" tutorial where you advise buying all the paint you expect to need up front and then intermixing those containers to avoid batch differences. (Disclaimer: I have yet to paint a car so I'm just soaking this stuff up).
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