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MyPerfectColor offers a wide variety of paint types, packaging, and quantities. The pricing will depend on all of these factors.
Paint can be purchased from the color page, and all prices are listed there. There are three steps to seeing the prices on MyPerfectColor: (1) finding your color and (2) selecting your specific paint type and packaging and 3) choosing the quantity. Visit this sample color to see current product pricing.
There are two components of pricing for paint. First, there is a per unit per color price that is based on the specific applicator and the quantity ordered. Second, there is a batch production fee per color per order. The batch production fee is a mechanism to enable no minimum order quantities (you can order just one unit) while at the same time providing lower per unit pricing as the quantity increases. The batch production fee is part of the price, and the unit prices factor this in. Without the batch production fee, the price per unit would be higher and we would need far more quantity pricing tiers. For touch up grade matches where a part or material is sent to us, there may also be a one-time formulation fee to develop the touch up grade match for new colors. The formulation fee is usually $175 or $200 per color depending on match difficulty, sometimes more for specialty matches (subject to change). There is usually no formulation fee when you order a match of a powder coating or material we already have on our website.
Once you have selected your Paint Type, you then select your preferences for Sheen, Quality and Quantity. Once you do this you will see the quantity pricing display which shows the quantity pricing tiers. The quantity pricing tiers are per color, so if you have multiple colors, the quantities do not combine for pricing.
Please note that not all Paint Types will be available on all color pages. If you don't see what you want, please contact us and we will be happy to help.