The Glidden paint brand offers a rich tradition of innovation and color inspiration, having consistently embodied quality and performance for generations of customers. Glidden Paint makes it easy for consumers and paint contractors alike to turn inspiration into action and add color to people’s lives. Glidden Paint is a brand of PPG.
MyPerfectColor is able match all of the Glidden paint colors including 57132 so you can find and enjoy the colors you love. MyPerfectColor uses its expert capabilities to recreate the original Glidden 57132 by matching the original Glidden color books and swatches. MyPerfectColor does not use Glidden paint.
The colors shown on this website are computer video simulations of the Glidden Color and may not match Glidden Color standards. Refer to Glidden Publications to obtain the accurate color. Please know that MyPerfectColor is matching the original Glidden 57132. If you intend to touch up paint that has been on your walls for years, know that your color has undoubtedly changed from the original due to exposure to light and age and the new paint may not match. You will achieve best results by re-coating the entire surface.
MyPerfectColor has an original sample of the Glidden 57132 in its color archive. This enables us to make paint and verify that it matches the original.
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MyPerfectColor offers custom spray paint matched to Glidden 57132 which enables you to conveniently achieve a professional spray-smooth finish. It is difficult to gauge spray paint coverage because it depends on how you apply it and the amount of overspray, but generally the 11oz spray will cover about 20 square feet per coat.
MyPerfectColor uses an acrylic enamel which is a fast-drying durable coating suitable for interior or exterior use. This paint sticks well to most surfaces including metal, plastics, powder-coatings, cabinets and primed or previously painted wood.
While MyPerfectColor can provide paint matched to the Glidden 57132, we don't provide any crossover information because this is a subjective determination. 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, so determining which color is the best approximation is a judgement call.