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Old 01-14-2014, 06:35 AM   #1
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Touch-up paint source

2005 Journey 39K in need of touch-up paint. Any suggestions on where to buy?
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Old 01-14-2014, 06:43 AM   #2
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I don't have a Journey. But with my Rev I went to an automotive paint store and had some mixed. The previous owner had all the paint codes in the paper work. So it was easy to look up.
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Paint scratch.com.
There should be a sticker in the MH that lists the paint colors.
I know that paint scratch has a listing for all the Fleetwood colors
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google 'touch up paint 2005 Journey rv' . If you find your paint codes, and still can't find a source, google the numbers
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Problem solved. Took original Sherwin Williams paint numbers to local auto paint store, and after dropping the CDI letters leaving just the numbers found exact computer match. Thanks for all of the good suggestions, and especially the local paint store one.
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Problem solved. Took original Sherwin Williams paint numbers to local auto paint store, and after dropping the CDI letters leaving just the numbers found exact computer match. Thanks for all of the good suggestions, and especially the local paint store one.
That is pretty much what I did a few weeks ago. Found a local Sherwin Williams auto paint supplier and based on the paint codes from the MH they are able to mix up either small cans of paint or spray shaker cans. I was told that they can mix the paint either as just the base coat and then would need to apply clear coat or with the shine or clear coat effect added to produce a finished product.
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