After I cut in a room, can I wait 4 hours to roll the walls?


I was told that after you cut in a room that you had to roll the walls before the cut in paint drys, is that true?

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  1. Yes, it is generally recommended to roll the walls after cutting in while the paint is still wet or fresh. This helps to blend the brushed areas with the rolled areas seamlessly, creating a uniform finish and avoid picture framing, a visible difference between the rolled and brushed paint. A true answer depends on the paint (manufacture and quality), sheen and color. The color can really affect how a paint works. Dark or “true” colors will be affected more that light off white colors. A flat sheen will be affected most as it dies faster.

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