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Painting Techniques for Covering Flaws With Paint Or Texture

My kitchen could use painting but the walls aren't in the best shape. Is their an easy and of course inexpensive way to paint or texturize it so the flaws are less noticable? Thanks so much for any ideas!

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September 9, 20050 found this helpful

I painted my living room with something called "the Wooly". I don't know if they still sell it but it was extremely easy to use...painting took very little time because you really can't mess it up. Everyone loves my living room and always touch the walls to see if they are wallpapered!. I think it looks like a rustic look so the flaws in my walls just add "character".

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September 11, 20050 found this helpful

I found some mistinted texture paint at the store

used it then painted it the color I wanted,the discounted paint was so cheap it was worth the price and effort.

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