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It looks to me like the first picture is a depression in the drywall possibly caused by original paint flaking or peeling off, then not filling it with drywall mud to make it flush with the rest of the wall. The second picture is simply where the drywall patch was not sanded down far enough before priming and painting. All patches need to be sanded down to ...


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Hard to tell if the defects were caused by the recent painting or were there before and now showing up because of a lighter color or different sheen. The "orange peel" effect starts out when the drywall is first sprayed with a primer and carries over each time the wall is painted. Any time you patch a hole or gouge with mud and then sand it, you smooth out ...


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