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I am home this weekend and I decided to paint my living room. Is there an amount of coats that you are needing to put on the wall? It has been a while sense I have painted. I heard maybe about 3 to be safe.

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If the existing paint is a light color and you are doing the same color, then 2 coats should suffice,. Painting it darker, I would go 3 coats, painting it lighter, you may need to go more than 3 go to harbor freight tools and buy some plastic drop sheets, masking tape {blue} and some cheap brushes and roller and tray, turn on some tunes and a glass of wine, enjoy the "me time" depending on the quality of paint too will determine the coats needed, ask your home depot guy. behr brands are good cover paints. good luck have fun.{ps..wear some old clothes}

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Go to the site and navigate 'Whats new' and you can get many more tricks from there..

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