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Old 07-11-2017, 10:50 PM   #21
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Believe it or not, BEHR's pro line (#300 Series) has an eggshell that touches up like a champ!! @$14 a gal too!! Just my 2c worth.
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Believe it or not, BEHR's pro line (#300 Series) has an eggshell that touches up like a champ!! @$14 a gal too!! Just my 2c worth.

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Woodco, do you know what brand and type of drywall mud was used on the house you are describing?

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