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Coloring the Lines

Key Features:
  • Mix custom tints using ordinary latex paint
  • Dries in 24 hours to full color
  • Water and stain resistant
  • Indoor or Outdoor use
  • Tintable caulk, $5

    Mixing tool, $30 to $100

  • Pricing as of 2008.
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  • Create-A-Color Caulk Coloring System
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by Deborah Holmes, Ebricks.com
You've spent days scanning paint charts to find just that right shade of "pumpkin spice cream" for your walls. Why should you have to choose between white, beige or black caulk?

Red Devil doesn't think you should have to. The company's "Create-A-Color" caulk mixing system allows anyone to create a custom colored caulk using ordinary latex paint. The caulk can be used indoors or outside.

Tubes of the latex caulk cost about $5. You'll also need syringes for the paint, and a mixing tool which comes in a homeowner ($30) and professional ($100)version.

Simply drop the paint into the special tintable caulk, screw the mixer onto the tube, plunge it up and down for a few minutes, and you'll have your custom caulk.

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