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Okay, I've been buying the "Oops" paint from Lowe's to paint our all white contractor walls . . . and I've been lucky thus far; however, I guess on my last trip, I wasn't paying attention and I grabbed a high gloss which I have used on an accent wall in our bedroom. Problem is I have tried with all my might to get an even and stroke-free looking coat on the wall to no avail. I am debating should I:

A. Get a better roller/paintbrush and try a third coat (after a litle sanding) of the high gloss

B. Go ahead and sand and then fork out the money for a retail gallon of color-matched flat paint

C. Sea sponge the high gloss over the mess I have already made and hopefully create a textured wall ( this is my sister's suggestion)


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I vote for the sea sponging idea, at least its an intentional "mess", lol. I would then find lots of things/pictures to hang on the accent wall.
 
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