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I love smooth walls and smooth out texture any chance I can get.
February 1, 2014 at 3:18pm   
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simsala
herein lays the whole problem
If the wall would have been finished "first class" in the first place the HO would have had less problems fixing it. It is much more difficult to repair a textured wall. Textured walls are like handwriting - difficult to imitate. But instead they are textured to hide imperfections. speak: the drywaller does a hush hush job - good enough, we cover it with texture. Cost cutting is the prime objective. But hey, we all want quality work, eh?? Preferable it should cost little. Now it costs in the long run
Textured walls in garages in some areas of the basement are quite acceptable but in living areas a good quality job will always be first choice.
In this particular case it makes sense to just repair as good as possible. As has been mentioned before use a flat paint even if it means to repaint the whole room
February 1, 2014 at 5:42pm   
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