Hello all, Firstly, it's great to find such a pleasant, vibrant and helpful on-line community. I hope this will be the first of many forays here ... Anyway, I am looking for some advice. We have just finished painting the walls of our nursery. It is a new house and was decorated with "breathable emulsion" about nine months ago and this is the first piece of decorating we have done. We have painted walls with B&Q Once Matt emulsion in Pale Yellos and it all looks very nice - except one wall. The wall in question is the last one we did and is at right angles to the only window in the room. When the light is coming in and you look along the length of this wall it looks really patchy - some areas seem smooth and some rough - it is not good. I am not unhappy with the rough finish in itself as it was fairly thick emulsion and a reasonably rough wall to start with, but it is the patchiness that is dissapointing - when you see the variable finish in the sunlight it is quite noticeable (to me). We painted with a roller (finishing with up and down strokes) and the other walls are fine. What advice could anyone offer me. I have had ideas of rubbing down with really fine sandpaper and seeing if that makes any difference before possibly re-rollering the single wall with watered down emulsion - but I am hopeful someone has a great idea for me. Grateful for any advice. Thanks, D.