Touch Up Paint With Liquid Paper

When we washed off a white wicket shelf that is in the bathroom (wicker doesn't mind water every once in a while), some of the paint chipped off revealing another color underneath. To help keep the shelf nice, I used some white liquid paper we had around to paint the chipped places to match. Worked great and now the shelf looks fine again.


By pamphyila from L.A., CA


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December 30, 2012 Flag

I bought a used white formica bedroom set with chips. The moving man told me to use white Liquid Paper correction fluid to cover it up. This was for a matte finish. It worked great.

Many years later, my white refrigerator had a small chip. I fixed it the same way. No one can tell where the chip is.

If I had a glossy finish, I would then put a coat of clear nail polish on top.

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