This little House Paint Touch-Up Kit makes touching up your walls easy and efficient.
I’ve shared on numerous occasions that I am ‘decision-making’ challenged. Heaven forbid we decide to go to a Baskin-Robbins! I mean, who can choose one flavor when there are 31 options!?
That being said, it shouldn’t surprise you that pictures are often moved around in our home.
Either I’ll walk past a picture for 6 months saying to myself for 6 months, ‘that picture is too high’ and finally decide to lower it, or I’ll move pictures from one room to another or (happy dance) we will invest in a new painting; the end result is that I am often putting new nail holes in the wall and patching old holes. Recently we replaced our thermostats and a bathroom light fixture, both of which necessitated patching and repainting that area of the wall.
After too many years of going into the garage and finding the right paint can, a brush, the spackling, the putty knife, and the sandpaper I finally had a lightbulb moment and decided I needed a mini House Paint Touch-Up kit that I could easily store in my laundry room.
This little kit stores in one of those plastic lidded boxes that you can get at Walmart or the Dollar Store for $1.
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What’s in My House Paint Touch-Up Kit
I had many of these items in my garage so I spent just about $10 to put this little kit together.
- Plastic Box 14″ x 8″ x 4.88″
- Mini Paint Roller Kit
- Roller Replacement Heads
- A Putty Knife
- A Small Paint Brush
- Foam Brushes
- A Small Container of your paint
- A piece of fine-grit sandpaper
I discovered, after filling many nail holes, that it is best to use the same applicator for the patch as the wall was originally painted with. Since my walls are rolled, this little roller was key to getting a flawless and blended finish on my patched walls.
I know that not everyone faces the same ‘challenges’ as I do with decision-making, but it you often find yourself lugging your gallon paint can in the house and prying open the metal lid just to touch up a 1″ square area of your wall, then this mini House Paint Touch-Up Kit has your name all over it!
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