Touch up the wall paints so that they are not visible
Who is not aware of this: new flat, freshly painted in trendy and favourite colour shade from ADLER. And
Who is not aware of this: new flat, freshly painted in trendy and favourite colour shade from ADLER. And after all the efforts, you would simply like to sit on the couch and enjoy the new splendour – alas, and what do you discover? Spots! It does not matter whether the offenders were dirty hands or small dirty fellows, but something needs to be done now.
There is a secret tip from the ADLER application technology professional, Mr. Reinhard Spinn, with which you can minimise the extent of the damage, so that you do not always have to recoat the entire wall:
Child's play: Dabbing instead of smearing
Normally, areas that have been touched up can be noticed relatively quickly. This is attributable to the modified wall structure. If the paint on a wall has been applied with a roller, and subsequently, it is recoated with a brush, the different mode of application has an effect on the colour intensity. This is why the area that has been touched up is optically always quickly noticeable.
In order to prevent this, it is best to dab the paint in the affected areas using a brush. This prevents modification in the wall structure and the area that has been touched up is not conspicuous. Moreover, it is so simple that almost any child can do this. All the better, since the offenders can compensate for their own "crimes".
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