Sometimes all it takes to make your walls look great again is a few touch-ups.

Painter touching up walls

This being said, touching up a paint job can be quite tricky and if you don’t have the right products and tools the end result may not be what you had in mind. We have seen countless homes with dirty, dusty garage floors that have been completely transformed by putting down a coat of epoxy flooring.

If you want your touch up to blend properly, you must use the exact same paint that was originally applied on the wall surface. Going to the store and getting the same colour/finish of paint does not guarantee that the paint will look the same. Using a brush or roller depending on what was originally used, apply the paint by lightly tapping or rolling the area that needs to be touched up until it is covered to your liking, for more tips on proper rolling techniques click here. Rolling should be done floor to ceiling and feathered out to achieve the best blend. If you don’t have the exact product, you may want to purchase the same paint in the same finish and paint the entire wall so that the colour is uniform throughout. This may seem like a lot of extra work but it will provide you with the most uniform finish. If in doubt, always call an expert. They’ll be able to guide you through the process and make your walls look new.

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