June 30, 2014
Hello; l am a paint associate at a Depot store. Actually VUL is High hide Magenta which when mixed with yellow will create Red. If you want a run down of pigments not a problem, however unless you understand what each do in a formula knowing they are there won't help much. Instead look at the color sample( a paint chip) not a magazine photo or a picture on your phone or computer screen. The chip is the only accurate source.
CL= yellow oxide, LL= raw umber, VL= magenta, JL= Carbazole purple, EL= phthalo blue, IL= brown iron oxide , RL= permanent red, DL= phthalo green, TL= medium yellow, FL= red iron oxide, BL= black, KXL= white, AXL= permanent yellow. The pigments with a U in them is high hide. All pigments have an L at the end which means Low voc.
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