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First off, you need to get those patches even with the rest of the wall and that's hard to do if you rely on sanding them down. get a mud knife larger that the patch so you can even them out with one swipe. As far as the orange peel effect, I've had great luck running a small nap roller lightly over the mud after it's had a short time to stiffen up. Then ...


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It's not the color of the paint that's different, but the texture of the surface, and hence the way that the light reflects off it. Particularly when you have light onto the surface at a shallow angle, from what appears to be window on the right wall, it'll pick out the high points appearing lighter. Rougher spots - are those sanding marks surrounding the ...


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