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Are you considering repainting your home or business and feeling overwhelmed by the number of paint color options available? Do you want to avoid the risk of buying gallons of paint only to find out that the color looks completely different on your walls than it did in the store? Look no further than Samplize, the company that makes it easy to test paint colors before you paint.
In this guide, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about paint samples and show you how Samplize can make your painting project easier.
Peel-and-stick paint samples, also known as paint swatches, are small, adhesive-backed samples that you can easily apply and remove from your walls. They are designed to help you test out different colors and finishes before committing to a full paint job.
Peel-and-stick paint samples are typically accurate, although the lighting in your space and surrounding colors can affect the final color appearance. Samplize’s samples are made with a high-quality, low-tack adhesive that allows them to be easily applied and removed without damaging your walls. The samples are also designed to be eco-friendly, made with non-toxic materials that are recyclable.
Many paint companies offer peel-and-stick paint samples, including:
- Benjamin Moore
Some paint companies offer free paint samples, but others may charge a small fee. Samplize offers affordable peel-and-stick samples starting at just $5.99.
To use paint samples, simply apply the sample to your wall and observe how it looks in different lighting conditions. It’s always a good idea to test the paint in different lighting conditions to see how it looks in various scenarios.
To match paint, you typically need a sample size of at least one square inch. However, some stores may require a larger sample size.
Yes, many paint companies offer the option to order paint samples online and have them mailed to you. Samplize also offers free shipping on their peel-and-stick paint samples.
Paint samples may appear lighter or darker than the final paint color, depending on the lighting in your space and the surrounding colors.
In conclusion, testing paint colors before you paint is an essential step in the painting process. With peel-and-stick paint samples, you can avoid the risk of buying gallons of paint that may not look the same on your walls as they did in the store. Samplize offers an easy, affordable, and eco-friendly way to test paint colors before you commit to a full paint job. We hope this guide has been helpful in answering some of your questions about paint samples and how to use them to test colors.