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Touch up scuffs and marks on walls and baseboards. No paintbrush needed - reusable paint storage!

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Love this! Rubbermaid Paint Buddies. Put your left over paint in them and retouch anytime you want.

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Rubbermaid 57930 Paint Buddy - Amazon.comRubbermaid Paint Buddy Simply fill each Paint Buddy with a different paint color and you are ready for touch ups on a moments notice. Uses a roller for smooth coverups. It also won a design award for it's sleek shape

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How to Touch Up Paint on a Wall

How to Touch Up Paint on a Wall (with Pictures) | eHow

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How to touch up wall paint

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Quick tip: Store paint in squeeze bottles

Try this organizational tip: Store extra paint in squeeze bottles to free up storage space and make it easier to use. Perfect for crafts, paint touch-ups and small spaces.

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When there is only a little bit of paint left in your can, but you want to keep it fresh for that small touch-up down the road, Ron offers this great tip.

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A recent study by Rubbermaid found that 63% of Americans have at least two cans of paint stored in their basement or garage. The leftover paint is kept to handle small touch-up jobs, until people move away; but 70 percent of those surveyed say they touch up scuff marks and nicks on painted surfaces just once per year, or less. Rubbermaid Paint Buddy makes it a snap. Just fill the remainder of the paint can into paint Buddy to make the touch ups easy.

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paint the entire piece anchor grey and then silver leaf the raised areas, touch up all the silver leaf boo-boos, then hit it with some antiquing glaze and clear wax to seal it. Wait 1-3 hours until it's tacky, then apply the silver leaf, let that dry over night and then use a dark glaze to age the piece, it makes all the difference in the world !!

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How to Paint a Room

PAINTING | TIPS :: How to EXPERTLY Paint a Room in a Weekend...from #ThisOldHouse :: A full step by step tutorial that includes photos & skips the need for taping off every corner or backtracking w/ the touch-up brush like an amateur. Staying organized & methodical is the approach here. **Note: Wall color: Clarksville Gray (HC-102) in eggshell & Trim in Abingdon Putty (HC-99 in satin--both from Benjamin Moore.

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