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31 OCTOBER 2006


Following two decades of extensive use, the Resene Multi-Finish range has been expanded to near double its size, taking in the favourite hues of the existing Multi-Finish range plus favourite selections from The Range 2000-2007 fashion fandecks and other Resene colour charts to broaden the colour selection in this range and incorporate more recently introduced muddy and earthy hues. The new Resene Multi-Finish range covers a rainbow of over 1000 hues showcased in a collection of 56 palettes, each featuring 18 large colour chips for easy colour selection. The full new Multi-Finish range is available in popular Resene testpots and other colour tools to simplify colour selection.

The new collection is a far cry from the once limited palette. The first Resene factory – in an old stable on Wellington’s Tinakori Road – produced a basic range of about six colours in Stipplecote, a cement-based paint. Today the palette on offer is almost endless. The new Resene Multi-Finish colour range is available for viewing at Resene ColorShops and online at or


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