Magic Eraser will buff that right out. You can hit all of the horizontals pretty quick.
If it's too heavy for that, you need to cut some overspray (ventilation/pressure adjustment)
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I took the advice on here and worked from the bottom up on my windows and it's a drastic improvement. To me, just like in the shower or washing a car, I'd want to start at the top and work down.
However starting at the stool and laying a nice wet coat then working up seems to work better. The heavy wet coat must absorb any fall out.
I have a feeling the dry spray would land on the stool when starting at the top and then it was essentially like painting unsanded trim...it's just gonna look rough.
I typically only experience this with the windows., Especially like a bow or bay window, especially a bay or bump out window that is a sit in. Such a large flat horizontal surface, like shooting a floor. Haha.
I typically don't have an issue with the tops of baseboards.