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OK I realise this may not be the ideal place to post this, but I couldn't find what I wanted on the web and there are some people on here who know their stuff.

A couple of years ago I had some panels made up, painted and silkscreened.

Now I need some more, but I am having difficulty finding the paint spec.

One thing I have found is this :

RAL 7047 EGGSHELL

FINE SPLATTER

STOVE ENAMELLED

RAL is the colour. I found out what eggshell is, and it sounds like what I currently have. But I can't make any sense out of the other two.

Do these three specifications together make sense in terms of a paint spec ? Or are "fine splatter" and "stove enamelled" and "eggshell" three different types of finishes ?

Any paint specialists out there ?

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OK I realise this may not be the ideal place to post this, but I couldn't find what I wanted on the web and there are some people on here who know their stuff.

A couple of years ago I had some panels made up, painted and silkscreened.

Now I need some more, but I am having difficulty finding the paint spec.

One thing I have found is this :

RAL 7047 EGGSHELL

FINE SPLATTER

STOVE ENAMELLED

RAL is the colour. I found out what eggshell is, and it sounds like what I currently have. But I can't make any sense out of the other two.

Do these three specifications together make sense in terms of a paint spec ? Or are "fine splatter" and "stove enamelled" and "eggshell" three different types of finishes ?

Any paint specialists out there ?

I`m no expert but they sound more like finish/ effect of the paint just like gloss/satin/matte and RAL 7047 is the colour code

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Eggshell is a type of paint with multi coloured particles in it as well as the base coat which when applied looks like the surface of something that comes out of a chicken. Fine splatter is the way it was applied - probably via a spray gun with a fine nozzle. Stove enamel will be the way it is cured i.e. by heating in an oven.

The obvious thing to do is go back to whoever originally did them for you - unless they have been austerificated.

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