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  • Erin Gines

    When you paint a room, put some extra paint in a baby jar* and keep it handy for quick touch-ups. *don't use a baby food jar - use a peanut butter jar or mayonnaise jar that has a PLASTIC lid or it will rust - just take it out and shake well and use a q-tip for quick touch ups.

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