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Question DetailsAsked on 5/2/2011

Removing paint drips

How do you get rid of dried-on paint drips?

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Your best bet is to sand the area with a fine-grain sandpaper and then apply another coat of paint. In the future, it’s always better to take the time to paint a lot of thin coats than it is a few thicker coats. You’ll reduce the likelihood of drips and keep the entire surface looking great. Remember: paint only hides color, not texture.

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