No, you definitely do. You can't wait to get out of bed in the morning to read every post I make, just hoping to find something to make fun of, and sending PMs to matthew when you find one. It is really sad. If you spent even half that much time posting real content of your own this would be a better place. When was the last time you posted a thread with a product review? Anything new at all? Anything other than "use primer and 2 coats"? Anything other than the same old thing you learned 30 years ago? Anything other than that or arguing with me?
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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