I purchased a gallon and a quart of Dupont chromaone Single stage nissan 904 white at the same time. When they mixed it up, they did it evenly in two, one gallon cans instead of giving me a 1 gallon can and a quart can. I sprayed the first gallon can on the engine bay , interior of the car and the back of all body panels. This is a complete color change over on everything. Then I taped up the painted parts and sprayed the second on the outer shell. Pulled the tape to see how the transition points would be looking and the second gallon can I sprayed was a different shade altogether.
I compered the two cans purchased and mixed at the same time and the paint in each can is definitely a shade different. one is white and the other look almost a pearl type white/cream. question is did they somehow mix each batch differently from one can to the other?
It never crossed my mind to check to see if they mixed the paint the same shade.
I'm going to the store on Monday with both cans and showing them the difference.
What should I expect them to do in this situation, give me the correct paint, reducer, activator?
I will now need to sand the shell and respray with the correct white color.
any help would be great,
P.s Len your video help me a lot.