Iím about to do a gray kitchen. Itís frameless so there is edgebanding involved. Usually I would find a ready-made PVC edgebanding to match the door color as close as poss. In this case I can only find two shades of gray edging - folkstone and fog gray from Fastcap. They are not close enough and I donít have the time to wait to order in the actual paint to spray the edging myself.
I have lots of white pigmented conversion varnish from Gemini and I have loads of their color stain concentrates. Is it possible to tint the white paint enough with the tint concentrates to make a good solid gray?
From Contributor B:
It has been many years, but when we added Lamp Black to Dichromium Oxide or white tint we got a nice blue but not gray because Lampblack was made from soot which is bluish. We used Van Dyke Brown with the white - not sure if another color was added. This should get you on the right track.