It’s easy to touch up a painted wall with a few simple steps.
The first thing you need to touch up a painted wall is the paint, so if you’ve kept the paint or know the name of the paint, you are one step ahead.
If you don’t have either, most paint companies have apps that will help you color match to the paint names at their store.
After you have the paint, lay something out on the floor beneath your paint, just in case of spills.
Shake the paint vigorously before opening the can.
Dip your brush and strike it a few times to charge it with paint.
Then coat the area and let dry. Apply a second coat as needed.
One last step: Seal the paint can and mark it with the room, so your next paint touch-up project is even easier.
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