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Old 08-30-2013, 06:45 AM   #16
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It's more of a sheen difference. The rest of the wall is a bit shinier than the areas where the joint compound is.

I did this same thing in another room BUT after I put two coats of Cover Stain on I put a coat of Coronado Super Kote 5000 Interior Primer on and didn't notice this. This time I didn't use the Coronado because I thought maybe I was overkilling the primer and wasting money.

I will remember the order of events - CS, JC, Drywall Primer - next time as I'm sure there will be one.
A better choice would be Gardz unless there are stains you need to block.You can use it before and after patching.

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