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Old 07-27-2018, 09:24 PM   #1
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Skim coat help


I recently had a few rooms skim coated sure to lots of nails popping and bad tape job. I'm wondering is it normal when u run my hands on the wall that it feels wavy and has high and low spots. I spent a lot of money and am concerned it will show once painted. Thanks

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Re: Skim coat help


it will show on light changes as our eyes see differently through the day
sorry to say
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