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Question DetailsAsked on 6/7/2011

Interior trim

My interior trim is oil base, but sprayed on. The spray has lacquer thinner in it. We are about to put our house on the market and I need to touch up the trim, what is the best way. I have the original paint #'s, so I can have almost a complete match for the paint.

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That's a great painting question. We just reached out to a highly-rated painter on Angie's List, and his suggestion is to have a professional prime the trim first with an oil-based primer. Then they can go ahead and paint using the paint you matched. Here are some other tips to sell your home fast: http://bit.ly/cWSJ2e. Good luck!

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