Choosing a second-hand palette to support your products is often dictated by cost. Well defined in terms of your needs, classified and repaired (if necessary), a second-hand palette can almost always give you the functional equivalent of a new palette, at half the price.
In practice however, we must be attentive to certain elements:
- adaptation to your specific needs and what we can find on the market to respond to them.
- continuity of potential sources in time and quality.
- heterogeneity is more important than with new palettes.
The definition and precise knowledge of your requirements must allow us to prepare, classify and repair your palettes. Even if it is second-hand and has a generic name, any palette that we provide is often dedicated to a particular client. This allows us to significantly limit any misgivings about using second-hand palettes.