Creating A Matching Color

The Ultimate Coconix Color Matching Guide

Coconix Blog: Creating A Matching Color: The Ultimate COCONIX Color Matching Guide

Did you know that most untreated natural leather has a kind of light tan color? But nowadays, leather and vinyl goods come in different colors—even unique ones! This also applies to wood and fabric materials being used today in home furniture and accessories. There are many different colors available in the market for wood cabinets or carpets. One thing that homeowners usually forget is that these materials are prone to damage, wear, and tear. When this happens, DIY repair is possible but blending in the repaired spot is a challenge. Good thing, Coconix made color matching easy!

Coconix leather, wood, fabric, and carpet repair kits offer you an easy color matching experience that will leave you craving for more repairs!

Table of Contents

SECTION 1

Mix & Match Leather Repair Kit (10-Color Kit)

SECTION 2

Brown Leather Repair Kit

SECTION 3

Black Leather Repair Kit

SECTION 4

Wood Floor and Furniture Repair Kit

SECTION 5

Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit

SECTION 6

BONUS: Tips to Get the Most Accurate Color of Your Repair Photos



COCONIX LEATHER REPAIR KITS

Creating A Matching Color  The Ultimate Coconix Color Matching Guide

Coconix offers four leather and vinyl repair kits with different color options but equally easy to mix and match. Each kit is best suited for a certain leather and vinyl damage, and of course, color. 

If you haven’t read our guide How To Know If Coconix Products Are Right For Me before purchasing a Coconix kit, we highly recommend reading that guide first before going through this color matching guide. The guide will help you find out if you have purchased the right kit for your repair project. In case you find out that you have the wrong kit after checking the above-mentioned guide, please contact us right away.

This section will take you to each of the Coconix Leather Repair Kits so you can have a full understanding of how to use the color matching guide and to know the colors that can be mixed using each specific kit.







SECTION 1: Mix & Match Leather Repair Kit (10-Color Kit)

The new and improved version of our popular Coconix Professional Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit now includes 10 base colors for much easier color matching: White, Cream, Tan, Burgundy, Walnut, Chocolate, Black, Blue, Red, and Yellow. This kit comes with an instruction manual and a color matching chart that will make your color matching experience a breeze! We have included below a few key points that will guide you when using your 10-Color Kit Color Mixing Guide.

The Color Mixing Guide consists of four main parts: (1) the leftmost part is where the steps on how to use the color chart can be found; (2) the color chart; (3) the left box in the bottom part is the base colors included in your kit; and (4) the right box in the bottom part is where you will find how to get in touch with us in case you need help with color matching. 



Coconix Color Mix and Match Guide

The third component which is the left box in the bottom part, you will find the ten base colors included in your kit. The colors are abbreviated as the following for an easier color matching experience:

Coconix Color Mix and Match Guide

As you can see in the image of the color mixing guide above, the color chart consists of the vertical indicator of your MAIN COLOR on the left side and the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR in the bottom part of the grid. And since this 10-Color kit is a new and improved version of our original leather repair kit, you can now achieve 90 hues just by using the color chart! This doesn’t even include the other unique colors that may require two or more color components. The steps below will guide you in using the color chart and in creating your color mixture:

1. Under clear natural light, compare your leather or vinyl to the hues in the color chart grids. 

2. Once you have found a color match, follow the grid in a horizontal line to the left and you will see your base color in the vertical indicator labeled as the MAIN COLOR.

3. Then, follow the grid in a vertical line to the bottom to get your secondary color in the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR. 

4. Prepare the colors that you will need for your mixture. Start with your base color (MAIN COLOR). Put a small amount into the mixing jar. As we always remind our customers, the amount of color will depend on the size of the area to be repaired. We always recommend starting with a small amount first so you can play with the colors, find the best color mixing ratio for your leather shade, and test the mixture on an inconspicuous area. This is also to avoid spoilage and to avoid using up all the colors while creating the wrong mixture.

5. Add in your secondary color (SECONDARY COLOR). You may need to use more than one secondary color for your leather color. Add only very tiny amounts of your secondary color as a little amount goes a long way. Continue mixing and adding hints of the secondary color that is needed to adjust the hue. 

6. Keep the Black and White repair compounds ready in case you need to adjust the shade of your color mixture. These two colors are very crucial in color mixing. Keep in mind that it’s easier to darken a color mixture than to lighten it. So, it is recommended to add only very tiny amounts of Black when making a color mixture darker. It might take all of your White repair compounds to lighten a previously darkened color mixture so be very careful! If things go the wrong way, don’t worry! You can contact us so we can help you with your color mixture and help you complete your repair if you ever run out of repair compounds.

7. If you think you have achieved a matching color mixture with your leather or vinyl color, test your color mixture first in an inconspicuous area. Apply a thin layer of the repair compound and wait for it to fully dry. 

8. Check the dried layer and see if your color mixture matches. Gauge if there are adjustments needed to be made in order to completely blend in the repaired spot. Make sure that you are looking at the test spot under clear natural light just to be as accurate as possible.

9. Make the necessary adjustments to your color mixture. Take note of the adjusted color ratios so you can recreate the color mixture if you ever needed more for your repair. If you think you might run out of repair compounds, you may contact us right away for assistance so your repair doesn’t get interrupted. 

10. If you feel like your color matching is not going so great, please don’t hesitate to email us or chat with our Coconix Support Team! Check the box in the bottom right part of your color mixing guide and you will see there how to contact us. Send us clear pictures of your leather or vinyl taken under clear natural lighting. Make sure that the color in the photos is the best representation of the actual color. You may skip to the BONUS part of this guide where we provided tips on how to take pictures of your repair to get the most accurate color representation.  Don’t forget to include your order details in your message for faster processing of your color mixing advice request. 

11. For email inquiries, please allow 24 - 48 hours for our Coconix Support Team to create a color mixing suggestion for you. For faster communication, you may also chat with one of our Coconix Support Team members or give us a call at +1 (503) 400 33 03

If your leather or vinyl color is not in the color mixing chart, no need to worry! We have prepared more color mixing suggestions below so you can have an excellent color matching experience. 90 hues in the color chart is a lot but there are colors that require two or more secondary colors. You can check out the color formulas we have prepared for the most common leather colors

If you have not found a match in the color chart or in the pre-made color mixing suggestion we have prepared above, you can send us an email or chat with our Coconix Support Team. We’d be happy to help you get the closest color match possible!





SECTION 2: Brown Leather Repair Kit

Coconix also launched the new and improved version of the Coconix Professional Black Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit and Coconix Professional Brown Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit. These two kits can be mixed and matched easily and have enough quantity of repair compound for large repairs. The brown kit has three large size repair compounds in Tan, Walnut, And Chocolate and two regular size repair compounds in Black and White. It comes with a simple and very easy-to-use color chart that will make you feel like a pro in color mixing! Color matching with this kit is so easy that you might not need our team’s expertise! But, we still prepared below some steps to guide you in using your Brown Repair Kit Color Mixing Guide.

The Brown Repair Kit Color Mixing Guide also consists of four main parts: (1) the leftmost part is where the steps on how to use the color chart can be found; (2) the color chart; (3) the left box in the bottom part is the base colors included in your kit; and (4) the right box in the bottom part is where you will find how to get in touch with us in case you need help with color matching.

Brown Coconix Kit Color Mix and Match Guide

In the third component which is the left box in the bottom part, you will see the five base colors included in your kit. The colors are abbreviated as the following for an easier color matching experience:

See if your kit has all the colors before starting the color mixing process. If your kit is missing a color or any component, kindly contact us and we will ship a free replacement kit right away!

This new and improved version of Coconix Brown Leather Repair Kit is best suitable for leather or vinyl in shades of tannish brown to dark brown. If your leather or vinyl has a shade of beige, or a reddish tint to the brown, please purchase the Coconix Professional Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit with 10 colors for a better color match. We also highly recommend that you read first our guide on how to know which Coconix product to purchase for your repair project.

As shown in the image of the color mixing guide above, the color chart consists of the vertical indicator of your MAIN COLOR on the left side and the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR in the bottom part of the grid. 

And since this Brown Leather Repair Kit is a new and improved version, you can achieve 20 shades of brown just by using the color chart! This doesn’t include yet the other shades of brown that may require two or more color components. The steps below will guide you in using the color chart and in creating your color mixture:

1. Under clear natural light, compare your leather or vinyl to the hues in the color chart grids. 

2. Once you have found a color match, follow the grid in a horizontal line to the left and you will see your base color in the vertical indicator labeled as the MAIN COLOR

3. Then, follow the grid in a vertical line to the bottom to get your secondary color in the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR

4. Prepare the colors that you will need for your mixture. Start with your base color (MAIN COLOR). Put a small amount into the mixing jar. 

As we always remind our customers, the amount of color will depend on the size of the area to be repaired. We always recommend starting with a small amount first so you can play with the colors, find the best color mixing ratio for your leather shade, and test the mixture on an inconspicuous area. This is also to avoid spoilage and to avoid using up all the colors while creating the wrong mixture.

5. Add in your secondary color (SECONDARY COLOR). You may need to use more than one secondary color for your leather color. Add only very tiny amounts of your secondary color as a little amount goes a long way. Continue mixing and adding hints of the secondary color that is needed to adjust the hue. 

6. Keep the Black and White repair compounds ready in case you need to adjust the shade of your color mixture. These two colors are very crucial in color mixing. Keep in mind that it’s easier to darken a color mixture than to lighten it. So, it is recommended to add only very tiny amounts of Black when making a color mixture darker. It might take all of your White repair compounds to lighten a previously darkened color mixture so be very careful! If things go the wrong way, don’t worry! You can contact us so we can help you with your color mixture and help you complete your repair if you ever run out of repair compounds.

7. If you think you have achieved a matching color mixture with your leather or vinyl color, test your color mixture first in an inconspicuous area. Apply a thin layer of the repair compound and wait for it to fully dry. 

8. Check the dried layer and see if your color mixture matches. Gauge if there are adjustments needed to be made in order to completely blend in the repaired spot. Make sure that you are looking at the test spot under clear natural light just to be as accurate as possible.

9. Make the necessary adjustments to your color mixture. Take note of the adjusted color ratios so you can recreate the color mixture if you ever needed more for your repair. If you think you might run out of repair compounds, you may contact us right away for assistance so your repair doesn’t get interrupted.  

10. If you feel like your color matching is not going so great, please don’t hesitate to email us or chat with our Coconix Support Team! Send us clear pictures of your leather or vinyl taken under clear natural lighting. Make sure that the color in the photos is the best representation of the actual color. You may skip to the BONUS part of this guide where we provided tips on how to take pictures of your repair to get the most accurate color representation.  Don’t forget to include your order details in your message for faster processing of your color mixing advice request. 

11. For email inquiries, please allow 24 - 48 hours for our Coconix Support Team to create a color mixing suggestion for you. For faster communication, you may also chat with one of our Coconix Support Team members or give us a call at +1 (503) 400 33 03

If your leather or vinyl color is not in the color mixing chart, no need to worry! We have prepared more color mixing suggestions below so you can have an excellent color matching experience. 20 shades of brown is already a large palette but there are brown colors that require two or more secondary colors. You can check out the color formulas we have prepared for the most common shades of brown leather.

If you still have not found your brown leather color in the table we have included above, then you might have purchased the wrong kit. There are families of the color brown that are not covered by this kit since it has Tan, Walnut, and Chocolate as base colors which leans more to the dark and chocolatey shades of brown. Your leather color may require our 10-Color Kit for easy color matching. Click here to see some of the leather or vinyl colors of our customers who purchased the Coconix Brown Repair Kit  which actually needs the Coconix 10-Color Kit:

As always, we’re ready to help you if you’re in this situation! Just send us your full name and complete order details plus clear pictures of your leather or vinyl, and we’d be happy to assist you! We highly appreciate it if your photos are taken under natural lighting so we can provide you with the closest color mixing suggestion possible! We have included a BONUS part to this ultimate color matching guide and you can skip to that to know how to take pictures of your repair to get the most accurate color representation. Our Coconix Support Team would love to assist you the soonest time possible so don’t forget to include your order details for faster verification.







SECTION 3: Black Leather Repair Kit

Our Coconix Professional Black Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit includes two large size repair compounds in Black and one regular size repair compound in White. This kit is perfect for leather or vinyl in shades of black and gray. The kit does not include a color mixing chart since it can only be used for black, gray, and white leather or vinyl. You only need to adjust the shade of these colors so we assure you that there is no need to use a color mixing chart. However, our Coconix Support Team is still available anytime for color mixing advice.

The Coconix black repair kit is so easy to use that you don’t need to use a color mixing chart when matching your leather color. However, there are some colors that customers mistakenly thought would be matched using our black kit. Please read our guide on how to know if your Coconix product is right for your repair project so you can avoid this purchase mistake. Click here for some of the common leather or vinyl colors that cannot be matched using our black kit and may need our 10-color kit for better color matching!

If you have the Coconix Professional Black Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit and you think your leather color is one of the colors listed in the link above, please contact us right away so we can help you with your repair.







SECTION 4: Wood Floor And Furniture Repair Kit

Our popular Coconix Professional Floor and Furniture Repair Kit includes 10 base colors for much easier color matching: White, Black, Blue, Red, Yellow, Maple, Oak, Cherry, Walnut, and Mahogany. This kit comes with an instruction manual and a color matching chart that will make your wood color matching experience a piece of cake! We have included below a few reminders that will guide you when using your Wood Repair Kit Color Mixing Guide.

The Wood Color Mixing Guide consists of four main parts: (1) the leftmost part is where the steps on how to use the color chart can be found; (2) the color chart; (3) the left box in the bottom part is the base colors included in your kit; and (4) the right box in the bottom part is where you will find how to get in touch with us in case you need help with color matching. 



The third component which is the left box in the bottom part, you will find the ten base colors included in your kit. The colors are abbreviated as the following for an easier color matching experience:

Coconix Wood Repair Kit Color Matching Guide

First thing is to check your wood repair kit to see if you have all the colors before starting the color mixing process. If your kit is missing a color or any component, kindly contact us and we will send a free replacement kit right away!

In the image of the color mixing guide above, the color chart consists of the vertical indicator of your MAIN COLOR on the left side and the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR in the bottom part of the grid. 

Just like our 10-Color leather repair kit, you can achieve 90 hues of wood just by using the wood color chart! This doesn’t even include the other unique colors that may require two or more color components. The steps below should help you in using the color chart, in creating your color mixture, and in creating your wood grain pattern:

1. Under clear natural light, compare your wood floor or furniture to the hues in the color chart grids. 

2. Know your base color. When trying to decipher the base color of your hardwood flooring it's important to look past the grain pattern and look for the underlying shade. Oftentimes we will overlook the base color of the wood and mistake it for the color of the grain.  

In the image below, you can see that the base color is lighter than the grain patterns. Sometimes, floorboards look like they have different tones but actually, the darker-looking boards just have more patterns in them. Grain patterns are usually dark in color or one to two shades darker than their base color. Study the image below to find out the difference between the two. Knowing the true base color of your wood will definitely help you in creating your base color mixture. With Coconix, you can use the colors provided to mix and create exactly the colors that you will need to match your wood. You will also be able to use our pre-mixed colors if your wood color is one of the most common ones like walnut, mahogany, maple, oak, and cherry.


3. Once you have found a color match, follow the grid in a horizontal line to the left and you will see in the vertical indicator your MAIN COLOR for your wood base color. 


4. Then, follow the grid in a vertical line to the bottom to get your secondary color in the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for finding your grain pattern color. If you are having trouble with finding your base color or grain pattern color, no worries! Our Coconix Support Team can help you figure your wood color mixture based on the repair pictures you will send!


Coconix Wood Repair Kit Color Matching Guide

5. Prepare the colors that you will need for your mixture. Start with your base color (MAIN COLOR). Put a small amount into the mixing jar. 

As we always remind our customers, the amount of color will depend on the size of the area to be repaired. We always recommend starting with a small amount first so you can play with the colors, find the best color mixing ratio for your wood shade, and test the mixture on an inconspicuous area. This is also to avoid spoilage and to avoid using up all the colors while creating the wrong mixture.

6. Add in your secondary color (SECONDARY COLOR). You may need to use more than one secondary color for your wood color. Add only very tiny amounts of your secondary color as a little amount goes a long way. Continue mixing and adding hints of the secondary color that is needed to adjust the hue. 

7. Keep the Black and White repair compounds ready in case you need to adjust the shade of your color mixture. These two colors are very crucial in color mixing. Keep in mind that it’s easier to darken a color mixture than to lighten it. So, it is recommended to add only very tiny amounts of Black when making a color mixture darker. It might take all of your White repair compounds to lighten a previously darkened color mixture so be very careful! If things go the wrong way, don’t worry! You can contact us so we can help you with your color mixture and help you complete your repair if you ever run out of repair compounds.

8. If you think you have achieved a matching color mixture with your wood floor or furniture color, test your color mixture first in an inconspicuous area. Apply a thin layer of the repair compound and wait for it to fully dry. 

9. Check the dried layer and see if your color mixture matches. Gauge if there are adjustments needed to be made in order to completely blend in the repaired spot. Make sure that you are looking at the test spot under clear natural light just to be as accurate as possible.

10. Make the necessary adjustments to your color mixture. Take note of the adjusted color ratios so you can recreate the color mixture if you ever needed more for your repair. If you think you might run out of repair compounds, you may contact us right away for assistance so your repair doesn’t get interrupted.  

11. After your wood base color has completely dried and the color is matching, you may now practice recreating your wood grain pattern. After getting the perfect color mixture for your wood base color, you will have to practice doing the grains or patterns on your wood. Most of the wood patterns can be recreated by using Mahogany, Walnut, or Black. Of course, it will still depend on your wood pattern’s color so you must identify which perfectly matches its color. Then, you may try doing the pattern using the brush included in the kit. Don’t be afraid to experiment on this step. The more you practice, the more you’ll be familiar with your wood’s grain or pattern and how to perfectly copy it. The saying “practice makes perfect” never gets old.

12. If you feel like your wood color matching is not going as planned, please don’t hesitate to email us or chat with our Coconix Support Team! Send us clear pictures of your wood floor or furniture taken under clear natural lighting. Make sure that the color in the photos is the best representation of the actual color. You may skip to the BONUS part of this guide where we provided tips on how to take pictures of your repair to get the most accurate color representation.  Don’t forget to include your order details in your message for faster processing of your color mixing advice request. 

13. For email inquiries, please allow 24 - 48 hours for our Coconix Support Team to create a color mixing suggestion for you. For faster communication, you may also chat with one of our Coconix Support Team members or give us a call at +1 (503) 400 33 03

If your wood floor or furniture color is not in the color mixing chart, no need to worry! We have prepared more color mixing suggestions below so you can have an excellent wood color matching experience. 90 wood hues in the color chart is a lot but there are colors that require two or more secondary colors. Click here for the most common wood color mixture recipes with their usual grain pattern color.

If you have not found a match in the color chart or in the pre-made color mixing suggestion we have prepared in the link above, you can send us an email or chat with our Coconix Support Team. We’d be happy to help you get the closest color match possible!






SECTION 5: Fabric And Carpet Repair Kit

Coconix’s popular new innovation Professional Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit includes 9 base colors for much easier fabric or carpet color matching: White, Black, Blue, Red, Yellow, Beige, Brown, Navy, and Gray. This kit comes with an instruction manual and a color matching chart that will make your color matching experience an exciting experience! We have included below a few key points that will guide you in using your Fabric Mend PRO Color MIxing Guide.

The Fabric Mend PRO Color Mixing Guide consists of four main parts: (1) the leftmost part is where the steps on how to use the color chart can be found; (2) the color chart; (3) the left box in the bottom part is the base colors included in your kit; and (4) the right box in the bottom part is where you will find how to get in touch with us in case you need help with color matching. 



Coconix Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit Color Matching Guide

The third component which is the left box in the bottom part, you will find the ten base colors included in your kit. The colors are abbreviated as the following for an easier color matching experience:

See if your kit has all the colors before starting the color mixing process. If your kit is missing a color or any component, kindly contact us and we will send a kit replacement free of charge right away!

As shown above, the color chart consists of the vertical indicator of your MAIN COLOR on the left side and the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR in the bottom part of the grid. 

Similar to our 10-Color leather repair kit and our wood repair kit, you can achieve 90 fabric or carpet hues just by using the color chart! This doesn’t even include the other unique colors that may require two or more color components. The steps below should guide you in using the color chart and in creating your fabric color mixture:

1. Under clear natural light, compare your fabric or carpet to the hues in the color chart grids. 

2. Once you have found a color match, follow the grid in a horizontal line to the left and you will see your base color in the vertical indicator labeled as the MAIN COLOR

3. Then, follow the grid in a vertical line to the bottom to get your secondary color in the horizontal indicator of your SECONDARY COLOR
Coconix Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit Color Matching Guide
Coconix Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit Color Matching Guide
4. Prepare the colors that you will need for your mixture. Start with your base color (MAIN COLOR). Put a small amount of repair fibers into the mixing jar. 

As we always remind our customers, the amount of color will depend on the size of the area to be repaired. We always recommend starting with a small amount first so you can play with the colors, find the best color mixing ratio for your fabric or carpet shade, and test the mixture on an inconspicuous area. This is also to avoid spoilage and to avoid using up all the colors while creating the wrong mixture.

5. Add in your secondary color (SECONDARY COLOR). You may need to use more than one secondary color for your fabric or carpet color. Add only very tiny amounts of your secondary color as a little amount goes a long way. 

6. Add the metal ball into the mixing jar, screw the lid on, and shake the jar for at least 30 seconds vigorously. Continue mixing and adding hints of the secondary color that is needed to adjust the hue. 

7. Keep the Black and White repair fibers ready in case you need to adjust the shade of your color mixture. These two colors are very crucial in color mixing. Keep in mind that it’s easier to darken a color mixture than to lighten it. So, it is recommended to add only very tiny amounts of Black when making a color mixture darker. It might take all of your White repair fibers to lighten a previously darkened color mixture so be very careful! If things go the wrong way, don’t worry! You can contact us so we can help you with your color mixture and help you complete your repair if you ever run out of repair materials.

8. If you think you have achieved a matching color mixture with your fabric or carpet color, test your mixture by placing a small amount of fibers on the repair area with the tweezers. Keep on adjusting your mixture until you get the perfect match. Be patient and make small adjustments until the color matches just right.

9. Check the dried layer and see if your color mixture matches. Gauge if there are adjustments needed to be made in order to completely blend in the repaired spot. Make sure that you are looking at the test spot under clear natural light just to be as accurate as possible.

10. Make the necessary adjustments to your color mixture. Take note of the adjusted color ratios so you can recreate the color mixture if you ever needed more for your repair. If you think you might run out of repair fibers, you may contact us right away for assistance so your repair doesn’t get interrupted.  

11. If you feel like your color matching is not going in the right direction, please don’t hesitate to email us or chat with our Coconix Support Team! Send us clear pictures of your fabric or carpet taken under clear natural lighting. Make sure that the color in the photos is the best representation of the actual color. You may skip to the BONUS part of this guide where we provided tips on how to take pictures of your repair to get the most accurate color representation.  Don’t forget to include your order details in your message for faster processing of your color mixing advice request. 

12. For email inquiries, please allow 24 - 48 hours for our Coconix Support Team to create a color mixing suggestion for you. For faster communication, you may also chat with one of our Coconix Support Team members or give us a call at +1 (503) 400 33 03

If your fabric or carpet color is not in the color mixing chart, no need to worry! We have prepared more color mixing suggestions below so you can have an excellent color matching experience. 90 hues in the color chart are plenty but there are colors that require two or more secondary colors. Click here for some of the most requested color mixture recipes by those who purchased this kit!

If you have not found a match in the color chart or in the pre-made color mixing suggestion we have prepared above, you can send us an email or chat with our Coconix Support Team. We’d be happy to help you get the closest color match possible! 

All the color mixing recipes using all the Coconix repair kits we have provided above can be adjusted by adding a hint of BLACK or WHITE to the color mixture. Please only add tiny dabs until you get the correct shade. A little amount goes a long way!

To know more about Coconix kits before purchasing, please read our guide on how to know which Coconix product is right for you.





SECTION 6: BONUS! Tips to Get the Most Accurate Color of Your Repair Photos

Below are useful key points you should keep in mind when taking pictures of your repair project. This will help you capture the right color which will make repair advice provided by Coconix Support Team more accurate.

Coconix Blog: Coconix Tips to Get the Most Accurate Color of Your Repair Photos


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