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Old 06-13-2024, 02:40 PM   #1
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Closest color match

Kick plate of kitchen cabinet I want to repair and am looking to see if anyone can identify the closest wood grain match. It’s a 2013 jay flight 264bh
I tryed a maple brown but had a bit too much red and seemed too dark and the cabinets have a kinda orange to them have attached a pic of the piece I cut out and the wrong color I bought for reference. I’m in Canada so Canadian retailers would be nice but will order from outside Canada.
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Old 06-17-2024, 08:21 PM   #2
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I used to be a carpenter, faced this issue then, and now with our trailer. I found the only way to really match is to purchase multiple small cans of stain and blend them until you are satisfied. When I spoke to a paint expert about this issue he explained that unlike paint the computer cannot get a consistent read on the sample piece. Since you have a 2013 even the original stain will not match due to fading etc.
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Old 06-18-2024, 05:40 PM   #3
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Kick plate under kitchen sink....paint it black and be done with it.
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Old 06-18-2024, 06:12 PM   #4
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Last year when I had to replace the interior trim of my entrance door, I took a piece of the solid wood trim and had Lowes match the color of the plastic piece with the tape over it, cheap trim that keeps getting nicked up. I painted the trim and installed it and it looks better than what was there. I'm thinking of doing the same on several others because they don't get nicked up from hitting them and vacuuming. I reinstalled it with counter sunk screws as the old trim was stapled into the aluminum framing.

Paulb12 has a better idea if it was only baseboard. Paint it black and it will never even need matching.
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When adding a shelf and cabinet door to one of the overhead storage cabinets, I used the SWAG method when matching the stain I purchased to the existing cabinets. It was not an exact match but close enough that NOBODY has ever noticed the difference in stain color. I'm just lazy I guess.
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