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February 21, 2006
Do we have to have a different MSDS for paints that are the same in every way except for their color?

The answer is going to depend on the chemical makeup of the dye used to color the paint. If the dyes are the same, then one MSDS would suffice. If they are substantially different, then you will probably need multiple MSDSs. The paint manufacturer should be able to tell you what you need.

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