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    Question swatch(es) or mock-up sample(s)?

    I would like to know which term (swatch or mock-up sample?) is more suitable to use for a painting model (not really a painting, but a replica: small pieces of wood or panel with ground and paint layers, which does not represent anything... just the painting technique) used for Laboratory tests, such as artificial aging (light, humid conditions etc.).
    Thank you very much
    Oli

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    Re: swatch(es) or mock-up sample(s)?

    Swatches would be samples of the techniques that are going to be used on any surface or application.

    Mock-up would be a miniature model of the actual place so the customre could get a view of placement.

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