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By bigal46
#4298
Gallon cans of paint are partially used and then recapped - without long term success. When you want to touch up a previously painted room, the paint has dried and cannot be remixed. My idea would include a small (say one ounce) container of the original paint that would be purchased with each gallon. A small container would be good for touchups and would have a long shelf life if easy to properly seal.
By that'smyQueue!
#5270
I have limited storage space, so after painting walls, I tip what's left of the paint into old jam jars, bottles etc., and keep these labelled and all stored in one cupboard. Makes life a lot easier! Paint doesn't dry up.
If paint company supplied a small pot to put residue in, what happens if you have too much left?
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