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Benjamin Moore Paint Colors


Benjamin Moore® Color Matched Paint

MyPerfectColor offers all Benjamin Moore colors in spray paint, touch up paint, pints, gallons and more.

With over 3,500 colors, Benjamin Moore Paint offers a rich selection of colors to meet any need. Since 1882, Benjamin Moore Paint has been the leader in paint and paint colors. MyPerfectColor is the only company to offer every Benjamin Moore Paint color in our unique 4oz sample jar -- it is perfect for testing so you can find the perfect paint colors. To learn more about differences in each, read our explanation of different Benjamin Moore Paint Types.

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FAQs about Benjamin Moore

Will my Benjamin Moore Matched Paint exactly match my existing Benjamin Moore color?
If purchasing a touch up paint product (spray paint, paint pen or brush in cap bottle, MyPerfectColor is precisely matching the color and sheen of the Benjamin Moore swatches. As long as there is not much variation between your material and the Benjamin Moore swatch and your product has not changed with age, then our Benjamin Moore color match should work well as a touch up solution.
Which Benjamin Moore paint is best for matching Benjamin Moore colors for interior use?
MyPerfectColor uses Benjamin Moore paint to match Benjamin Moore colors, offering three different quality levels of interior paint: the premium Benjamin Moore Aura, the standard Regal Select or the economy Ultra Spec. All the Benjamin Moore colors are available in these paint types. The best paint for interior depends on your needs. The Aura is the best quality. Typically a more durable paint such as a matte or eggshell is used on walls and a semi-gloss for trim. If it is a commercial or industrial application, you may have other considerations such as chemical resistance. Contact MyPerfectColor support if you have specific questions about the best paint to use for your project.
How fast will I receive my Benjamin Moore color matched paint?
The lead-time for paint made to match Benjamin Moore colors depends on quantity of orders currently in production. 70% of all orders ship within 2 business days. For guaranteed shipment within 1 business day, select Expedited Production during checkout. Please contact MyPerfectColor if you are concerned about a specific deadline. We do our best to make sure you get your paint on time. Learn more about paint lead times at MyPerfectColor.
Is Benjamin Moore Paint used to make Benjamin Moore Paint Colors?

Yes, MyPerfectColor is an official Benjamin Moore paint dealer and uses Benjamin Moore paint to make interior and exterior housepaints. When you order a Benjamin Moore color from MyPerfectColor, we use the official Benjamin Moore colorants and computer system to make the paint. If you order a custom spray paint, or other product unique to MyPerfectColor, proprietary ingredients are used to match the Benjamin Moore color.

Can you match Benjamin Moore colors in spray paint?
Yes, any Benjamin Moore color can be matched and made into a custom spray paint. You can even choose any sheen. Visit any Benjamin Moore color page on MyPerfectColor to see the available options and pricing and to order. Learn more about our custom spray paint.
How do I convert a Benjamin Moore paint color to a different company?

While MyPerfectColor can provide paint in any Benjamin Moore paint color, we don't provide any crossover information. We've found that every paint company offers its own unique selection of colors and rarely does a color have an exact equivalent in another company's color collection. However, under the color image on a color page there is a link that says "Explore Related Colors". Clicking this link displays colors with similar values and you can look for any colors from the company you want. Keep in mind that this just shows similar colors based on the color values we have stored in our database. It doesn't mean it is the same or give any approximation about how close the color is. You can play around with the Hue, Lightness and Chroma sliders to expand the selection.

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