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Old 02-13-2012, 06:10 AM   #1
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hey all

this is my first time on the forum, look forward to meeting u all.

my problem is this, being that i am disabled and cant do a great deal my neighbour offered to help me decorate my living room. the wall that i have done is fine but the walls that she has done has lines down it where she has moved the roller over too far and missed about a half inch of wall all across the wall.

now can i just touch them up or will i need to do the entire wall again?

thanks in advance x

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Touching it up will just make that area stand out like it does now. Best to sand down the wall a bit to remove any high spots & repaint.

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thanks for ur reply. i will crack on with it now x
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