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    Good thick paint for covering marks in wall.
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    • 19th Mar 10, 11:33 PM
    Good thick paint for covering marks in wall. 19th Mar 10 at 11:33 PM
    Hi everyone,

    I've stripped all the wallpaper from the hall/stairs/landing and the walls aren't really great. I could re-wallpaper but it's a fairly big and awkward area. I've got a tub of filler for the main cracks and gouges but it still won't look right. Theres loads of small marks, scratches and dents that are too small to fill but will still definatley show up through paint

    We don't have the money to replaster and are on a very tight budget. Is there a good thick kind of undercoat paint that will fill in some of these small marks? If so are they any good?

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