BAD Splash Paint. HELP!
Personally I think texturing would look like just exactly what it was- covering up a problem.
Take a stiff putty knife and scrape off what you can. Then do some more. The more you get off this way , the easier the next part. Do not gouge the sheetrock- that causes more problems.
Using premixed topping like Plus 3 , and a wide mud blade -12" ( also have a 6" to get it onto the big one and help to work it) skim what unevenness is there.
Let dry. Sand smooth ( use a light to the side when sanding to see)
Prime mud- look over again- spot what ever needs it, resand those and spot prime, paint 2 full coats.
This is done all the time to fix surface problems.
"It's better to come here with questions before you screw up than to come here after and ask how to fix them."- JS
Last edited by Brushjockey; 01-04-2013 at 03:31 PM.