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You've probably heard that it's best to paint a wall in a single stretch to avoid unintentionally creating stripes and patches that can show when fresh, wet paint meets a dry paint job. Most professional painters manage to paint an entire wall quickly by "cutting in" paint around doorways, in corners, and along baseboards, and then filling in the walls before the edges have dried. If you don't have time to paint an entire room at one time, tackle it in pieces, being sure to finish one entire wall at a time.
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