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Old 11-19-2018, 11:56 AM   #1
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Is it possible to touch up walls that have been sprayed with no backroll without having to spray the entire wall?
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About myself: Profession is in steel fabrication industry. We apply standard shop primers, two part epoxy systems, zinc rich primers, etc. Running two heated 60' booths. Question asked is in regards to my personal house. Thanks for any input.
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I have never not back rolled sprayed walls, I would cut and roll them corner to corner, Lid to base. Good luck..


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I have never not back rolled sprayed walls, I would cut and roll them corner to corner, Lid to base. Good luck..


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This is your best option. Other than that, you're going to have to probably try a foam roller or something similar, maybe velour? Or buy one of those aerosol can kits to try and spray just that spot with, but it still might flash.
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Negative on just touching up a wall that was sprayed. It's why 90% of guys back roll their spray work, so touching up can be done.
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Nope. Not gonna happen if you want flawless anyway. And....yes. locked and redirected in 3,2,1...

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