Wilsonart got back to me already with the LAB information:
Grey L* 79.81 a* .79 b* 5.06
Dove Grey L* 62.28 a* - .051 b* 1.56
Platinum L* 75.28 a* - .06 b* .77
Fashion Grey L* 78.76 a* - .25 b* 1.16
Pewter L* 36.33 a* -12.55 b* .17
Designer White L* 92.62 a* - .42 b* - .32
White L* 89.05 a* - .79 b* -4.51
The Pewter may be wrong because the sample number they gave me doesn't match the color number on the sample. It really doesn't matter because the main colors interested in are Designer White, Fashion Grey, Dove Grey, and Grey.
Pewter is the wrong code, the numbers come out to be a dark green.Prof is working on the cross checking, so I decided to edit this and wait couple more days to get those formal results.
We know the CIEL*ab color values are correct because they came straight from the guys in the color lab at Wilsonart, so no guessing there. Wilsonart provided me with a website
that you can plug in the L*ab values and it converts it to the RGB equivalent. Prof has all the samples on the way to him to double check, and Ericglo could probably also double check these values, but right now I think the data is pretty accurate since these are not analyzed samples but data straight from the people that actually make this stuff.
Someone asked about using laminates for an outdoor screen, so I did some testing. I soaked some samples in warm water all night to test how it would stand up to rain, dew, or a flood like my test! Neither the front or back showed any signs of peeling or any water damage at all. I wasn't worried about the front, but I didn't know if the back would absorb water and be a problem. Now we know it won't.
Since the samples are all nice and wet, I threw them in the freezer to see how it would hold up if a flood came through and then we were immediately hit with an ice age! Pretty extreme, but I figure if it can hold up to this, then it's pretty durable.
Plus Prof and Ericglo can probably tell someone what this would equate to as a paint, but due to variants in the pigments, it could be slightly off, so I would keep that in mind.