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  • Sarah J.D.

    Never again forget your room's paint color choice! On the inside of your light switch cover just write the paint brand, color name, swatch number on a piece of painter's tape. Change the room color? Change the info tape! You can even add a touch of the actual paint in case you need to take it to the paint store to get a color match.

  • Tawana Williams

    Never again forget your room's paint color choice! On the inside of your light switch or outlet cover, using a permanent marker, just write the paint brand, color name, swatch number on a piece of painter's tape for quick reference. If needed, add the date you did your room makeover. Change the room color? Change the info tape! You can even add a touch of the actual paint in case you need to take it to the paint store to get a color match.our add a small cut/with numbers of the color swatch

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