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Touch Up

Here’ a picture of a touch up. I took this with my phone so excuse the quality.

don't do this

When touch ups go bad

I went out to see this place, fortunately they are doing some renovations to make the place look really nice and saw this example of an old touch up. It looks like some roofing material dripped down on to this catwalk wall face and someone came back around to blot it out. I would like to think that it looked good at the time, but it sure looks bad now. It is undetermined if this is the same paint with a badly contaminated brush and roller or a different paint without any mildew resistance. I think the lesson here is to use the same paint or a high quality paint during maintenance.

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