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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 07-18-2017 02:31 AM

Me, i’d prime it and paint it to match the walls to try and make it disappear a bit… But, assuming you can still pull it out, just do 1 face at a time. Cut a piece oversize peel back some of the backing to get an inch or so to work with, get the initial bit placed and aligned sliding the rest of the backing up and use a J roller to stick down the PSA. Trim the piece and do the other side. Close to straight should be plenty fine, the grain rarely matches perpendicular faces anyway so “Just Do It!”

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