Official WHITE ORCHID PEARL Civic Thread

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Is there a difference that can be seen between taffeta white and the white orchid pearl?
 

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Is there a difference that can be seen between taffeta white and the white orchid pearl?
Taffeta white is a "flat" colour. White orchid pearl has mica in the paint, so it will sparkle in the light and look deeper and more 3D.
 

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Taffeta white is a "flat" colour. White orchid pearl has mica in the paint, so it will sparkle in the light and look deeper and more 3D.
A side by side comparison photo of the two colors would be interesting.
 

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What do you think? Might paint my hatchback factory WOP to minimize the contrast and have only the fake vents.
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Here's my 2017 WOP Si. Just want to get it tinted and add a front lip to be satisfied...for now ;)
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Is that the OEM Type-R front lip?
I'm considering in replacing the factory Sport Hatchback one.

Some idiot neighbor left a flattened out steel plant support in the middle of the road, and it scratched the shit out of my factory front lip when I drove over it...
It completely blended in with the color of the pavement, so I didn't even know it was there until it was already under the car, especially after the sun started going down.
 

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