If you've ever had to touch up paint, you know that it can be a bit of a challenge to get the finish looking perfect. You want to make sure that the new paint blends in seamlessly with the old paint, and doesn't create any noticeable differences in texture or color.

-Start by cleaning the area that you will be painting. This will ensure that the new paint adheres properly and doesn't create any streaks or lines.

-Next, use a small brush to apply the touch up paint to the area. You want to use as little paint as possible so that it doesn't stand out from the rest of the wall.

-Once you have applied the touch up paint, use a clean cloth to blend it into the surrounding area. This will help to create a smooth transition between the old paint and the new paint.

-Finally, let the touch up paint dry completely before putting away your supplies. This will ensure that you don't accidentally smudge or smear the paint.

 

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