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How to fix poor cutting in

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by Martynrbell, 23 Sep 2018.

  1. Martynrbell

    Martynrbell

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    Hi all
    No doubt this had been discussed over and over but I'm just wondering if there is any fresh advice regarding ****ty cutting in when painting a room.

    The room is going to be white but I can still see the lines around the edges of the room.

    Thanks for your help

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  2. opps

    opps

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    You just need more coats of paint.

    When brushing paint it is less effective than rolling with regard to colour obliteration. The roller lays the paint on thicker than the brush.
     
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