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Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
Touch up paint
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Touch up paint
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Touch up paint

Vendor
Asplund
Regular price
120.00 kr
Sale price
120.00 kr
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A small bottle of water-based paint for our lacquered furniture.

Perfect for a little scratch or damaged.

Available in all ASPLUND standard colours: Light Grey, White, Mole, Deep Blue, Storm Grey, Nordic Blue, Green Khaki, Dark Sand, Taupe, Char Grey.

For discontinued Asplund colours please contact onlineshop@asplund.org

Please read this before you paint your furniture.
Our touch up paint is a ”day fresh colour”, that will cover most exposed  smaller areas. We use the same colour ingredients for our Asplund furniture as for our touchup paint, but due to exposure of e.g. light, air, humidity, wear and tear the colours intensity do get effected over time. With that said, new paint that e.g. gets applied on to a older surface could give the feel that the colours are mismatching, but when it is really due to other factors. When applying new paint you have to be aware of the natural factors mentioned above that could give the product a look with slight differences. Unfortunately there is never an easy way to get rid of the problem, except if you decide to refinish the whole surface, part or product. Always use smaller amounts of touchup paint when applying it to a damaged part or surfaces.