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By Jacquelyn McGilvrayMore in Painting
Don't skimp on the primer: A generous coat will provide a good base for paint to grab on and stick to. Use a tinted primer, and it will make the job easier and you'll be less likely to have uneven spots on your walls. Also, if you've used joint compound to patch holes and dents, primer is a must to prevent it from bleeding through the paint.
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