From the What's New archive - November 2007...
Try out your colour without having to lift a paintbrush. A new Resene Testpatch is just like a Resene Testpot, except the painting is done for you. Simply peel off the back of the Resene Testpatch, attach it to the area you plan to paint and view it at different times of the day and night to check your colour concept works under different lighting. Then peel it off and attach it onto other parts of the painting project.
The new Resene Testpatch is initially available in the top 20 Resene colours. Each Resene Testpatch consists of Environmental Choice approved Resene Lumbersider waterborne satin screenprinted on environmentally sustainable repositionable self-adhesive stock packaged with a colour information brochure printed on sustainable paper stocks, all housed within a plastic bag containing 50% recycled content.
The new Resene Testpatch is designed for busy consumers who like the idea of a Resene testpot but don't want to fuss with a testpot and brush.
Resene A4 drawdowns and the 6cm x 10cm permanent self-adhesive samples will continue to be available to specifiers and consumers in the full range of Resene colours.
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