This information wasn't on the Internet, so I'm putting it there. Our blue Samsung washer and dryer were badly scratched during the move, and the original color isn't available. So I blended three colors of nail polish together to match the bastards. Good thing I painted all those tiny orc figurines in my D&D-playing days!
The washer and dryer are a pretty odd color, a grayish metallic blue. My first thought was that it must be an automobile paint, but Samsung doesn't offer touch-up paint for it. Alice suggested we try nail polish. So I asked her to go to the store and get several colors that were close to her recollection of the appliances. Out of the six she came back with, I used these:
Here's the color names, just in case you're reading this post because you are actually trying to repair a scratched Samsung WF363BTBEUF washer or DV363EWBEUF dryer:
I mixed four parts metallic blue, one part metallic light purple, and one part nonmetallic dark purple. Where's a good place to mix nail polish? On the bottom of a glass jar from the recycling bin, that's where. I used a small craft paintbrush to mix and apply the polish. A smaller paintbrush would have allowed me to do a neater job.
Here's the results, with and without camera flash. The left end of this scratch has been repaired:
The mixed color is so close, it might be hard for you to see the repaired part. I was pretty pleased, considering that the scratches go all the way to the metal.
Take the matter into your own hands, folks. Fix your stuff!