Custom Aerosol Products Provides Custom Matches for any Paint

Celina, TX – May 18, 2019 – Businesses around the world count on specific colors for their signature designs and products. Even a small mismatch in color can affect the way consumers view and perceive items. Custom Aerosol Products specializes in color matching for industries around the globe.

“Matching manufacturer’s paint for anything from cars and planes to even furniture requires precision because if the colors don’t match, you’ll notice – and so will everyone else,” said Darth Sculpt, brand ambassador for Custom Aerosol Products.

The company is expert in supplying custom spray paint for high-profile products by manufactures around the globe. Color matching isn’t just a matter of reproducing a surface color. Each shade has its own unique undertones and qualities that require a master touch available at the Custom Aerosol Products.

The custom paint supplier works with hundreds of powder coating companies, providing solutions for touch-up requirements. The company’s products eliminate hook marks, Faraday cage problems and light spots. Scratches and wear marks are inevitable, whether they occur on products or the machinery and equipment that make them.

Custom Aerosol Products provide state-of-the-art color matching for multiple industries and has more than 15,000 unique paint manufacturer colors in its system to ensure perfect matches that also prevents duplication or infringement of any other company’s colors. The touch up paint supplier offers a wide range of services in addition to color matching.

Custom aerosol products aren’t limited to paint matching. The company can provide clients with custom paint packaging, custom labels, and water-based aerosol cans. Clients have the option of ordering two-ounce bottles, half-pints, paint pens, and bulk packages of pints, quarts or gallons. Custom Aerosol Products offers an aerosol can-filling system and can filling pumps for entrepreneurs and companies that prefer to package their own products.

The master mixers and color matchers at Custom Aerosol Products understand that color is representative of a client’s brand, can influence the way consumers perceive a product, and affect sales. The company is a leader in the supply of custom aerosol products for any need.


About Custom Aerosol Products, Inc.

Preston Stanley founded Custom Aerosol Products in 1985 after 20 years with the Sherwin-Williams® Company. Today, Custom Aerosol Products serves a growing customer base that has come to depend upon the company’s consistent high-quality color matching and dependable performance to delivery needs. It’s this individualized service that has allowed Custom Aerosol to gain and maintain the customer following it enjoys.

Media Contact: 

Custom Aerosol Products, Inc.

Phone: (972)-382-4321

Fax: (972)-382-4324


919 N. Louisiana Dr.

Celina, TX 75009



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