Mustangjewelie
Hey All! If anyone is interested, the Krylon Fusion All-in-one Satin Beach Glass is a decent match for the seafoam green. (Found at Lowe's) The yellowed outlet cover looks much better. The spray paint is a little darker than the trailer but is very close in tint.IMG_20200525_122619.jpg
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Dukeydrea
Looks great! 
Andrea
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Mustangjewelie
Thank you!
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Tim S
I did the same thing on my pewter/gray 2015 166, but used Duplicolor Pewter Gray. Also happy with the result. I'm thinking of doing some more of the smaller fittings as well, sink vent, porch lights etc.
Tim
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patelis
Thanks for sharing this tip!! Did you scuff up the surface a bit before painting? I also want to paint the cargo doors - I don't like the big white doors in the middle of the seaform green. Probably need a car detailer to do that work.
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Mustangjewelie
Hi Patelis,
I didn't scuff the cover first but I did use a non-scratch scrub with rubbing alcohol to clean it up as much as possible. The Krylon brand seems to do a good job adhering to plastic surfaces. Painting the cargo doors hadn't occurred to me yet since they are a bright white and not yellowed like the cover had become, but now you have me thinking about adding it to my project list. Being a smooth surface that's quite different from the rougher plastic of the outlet cover, I imagine it would require more prep work to get the paint to adhere. My brother was an automotive painter for many years. I'll post back if I get any ideas from him for doing this project at home.  
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Camperguy7079
Your outlet cover looks great!  I’m in a similar position, looking to find a paint match for my sea foam green 195.  I scratched my paint against a post and need to touch it up.  Can anyone suggest an option or resource to get an exact match?  I haven’t contacted the company directly yet, but I’ve been trying to get my sales dealership to get it for me.  10 months later ...  Not holding my breath!
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patelis
Hi Camperguy - Someone on this forum last year provided a NAPA color code for the seafoam green (C6-LAGRANGE-A). I drove to Napa store and the guy looked at me like I had two heads. But I recently had a dent fixed and painted on my car (did a great job) and I'm going to take the trailer to them for painting the cargo doors and a second color band. If get a color match that I can share, I will. Pamela from Jacksonville, FL
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Tiki2some
Thanks for sharing, @Mustangjewelie. We were just talking about our yellowing outlet cover, and were thinking about re-painting it white along with the window frame on the front door (which is really yellow!) — but matching the body color looks great!
Our Retro is Aqua tho - so we'll need a different color, of course. But I think I've seen an Aqua color "rattle can" spray paint out there somewhere. Have to see what kind of match we get before going all in. Thanks again.
~ Linda & Bill
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