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    Posted: 08 Jan 2016 at 8:53am
Hello

I would like to mix perfection by weight instead of volume.
More accurate and less waste for the small jobs.
The colours that I will be using vary, so I have a small list.

Snow White - YHB000
Off White - YHA192
Rochelle Red - YHS299
Jade Mist Green - YHB663
Mauritius Blue - YHF991

InterProtect 2000E

I sure like this paint.
Please bring it back to Canada.

Shaun
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I see that I did not ask a question in my last post.
So here goes.

Can anyone provide the mixing weight ratios for the list of Perfection paints in my last post?

Shaun
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weight ratios as follow
YHB000 2.63:1
YHB663 2.09:1
2000E 5.38:1
YHS299 2.07:1
YHA192 2.69:1
there is no information on YHF991
I thank you
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Awesome Dale

Thanks for the info.

Also, PLEASE bring this wonderful paint back to Canada.

Shaun
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