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Use Brushes & Rollers

If you use a brush to paint the corners and areas next to trim on a wall, you often end up with a noticeably different texture than the surrounding paint. To ensure the finished texture in these areas will be consistent with the rest of the surface, brush on the paint, then immediately roll it out while the paint is still wet.
Use a 3-inch roller with a nap that’s the same thickness as the roller that you’re using on the rest of the wall. Roll as close as you can without bumping the opposite wall or slopping paint onto the trim.
Finish brushing on the paint and rolling it out in one area before moving on to another section.
This should leave you with a nice finish, and an evenly matched texture, everywhere!
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