Tiki2some
We gave a thumbs-up on the post by @Mustangjeweliethe on the Krylon Seafoam green used to re-fresh a yellowed exterior AC outlet box. And went looking to do the same on our Aqua 195. Here's the result. Not perfect, but pretty dang acceptable ... and much better than the "dingy aged yellow" it had turned. Tried two paints: Rustoleum "Seaside Blue" and Krylon "Satin Blue Lagoon." Seaside was too yellow to our eyes. So, while the actual result is bit darker than anticipated comparing the cap color, the Krylon won the toss. (btw - in the can cap pix, the box is post-steel wooling: it was dingier that shown pre-painting).
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You can also see the taping around the door window. Re-painted the yellow window frame, too. Forgot to do the Before&After pix on that, but it came out excellent! Well worth the effort.
~ Linda & Bill
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mkevenson
I have sprayed 4 parts also. I call my trailer tourquios and Grey. I changed the water heater door, the fridge vent plate, the propain tank covers and the kitchen vent as seen in the following pics. Very close color match.
Mark
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Mustangjewelie
Linda and Bill - The blue looks great! Amazing what a difference a small change makes in the look.

Mark - I may have to paint my fridge vent and propane covers now too! Love that look! 
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Dukeydrea
Thank you @Tiki2some and @mkevenson. We all have the same rig color. I will be looking out for this color too.  Looks great and much better the the yellow ish covers
Andrea
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fireblot
Hey Tiki2....

If you’re going paint stuff, you should be painting things red. It will take a while, but you will eventually cover all that aqua with red and your retro will be TRULY beautiful..... and you will notice that it tows faster too!

Just kidding!😂

Nice job on the paint selection! Thanks for sharing!

Peter
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mkevenson
Peter, I read that blue cuts thru the air with a little less resistance than red. Besides blue blends in with the ski better! . They are all good of course. Mine was the only one left on the lot, I guess no body else liked it. HAHA
Mark
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Tiki2some
Well, Peter, it was wise on your part to plan ahead and BUY a red retro, avoiding all that extra work!
Us, we're enjoying the laid back, cool "Aqau-tude" of our TT 😎. To each their own, and together, we make the world go 'round 😇 
RE: finding 100% accurate retouch paint - I found the alleged Riverside code for our trailer on another forum: NAPA color code 114MG "infinity Pool."
The OP there said he'd called two NAPA stores and no one could help him. He called Riverside back a second time, and they verified that code. Called my neighborhood NAPA, was referred to another store who specialized in auto paint - both said the code was not in their book. Called another, who referred me to a major NAPA shop off I-95 which has an allied, dedicated Paint & Supply subsidy. They did some research, called me back, and said that code was no-go for any paint mfrs they work with. But — they have a camera to do color match on vehicles and can indeed match the color dead-on.
So next time we take a trip in that direction, if I feel it's worth it, we may stop and get a custom-mix pint for accurate touch ups. Accurate match is possible, if time-consuming. Retro On!
~ Linda & Bill
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Tiki2some
Was on Facebook this morning, and spotted a table of Riverside paint codes for NAPA paints:
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Different code than the OP on the "other" forum had. Apparently you can get accurate match from NAPA for Retros?
Found a Martin Senour Paint chip image googling around - the brand of auto paint NAPA uses - and found an aqua blue that does indeed look very close, but with a slightly different number yet again.
Guess may have to physically visit a store to get an physical eyeball confirmation. But promising.
~ Linda & Bill
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Dukeydrea
@mkevenson quick question what model retro do you have?
Andrea
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mkevenson
2019 179 SE
Mark
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Dukeydrea
Thank you 
Andrea
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