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RE:HYB color

I just happen to be one of those folks that mixes paint chosen from the
paint chips. Every paint company produces a set of chips to be used with
their paint which will differ from any other paint. Also the sheen of the
paint chip (gloss, semi-gloss, flat, etc.) will cause the color to appear
different. You can also discover very interesting names for iris by reading
the names on these chips !!

Judy Eckhoff
Haven, KS, USA
Zone 6
AIS-Region18, HIPS

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