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Spray Painting a ProjectPaint drips typically occur because too much paint was applied to a specific area of the project, and the paint begins to run before it has a chance to dry.

While its easy to place the blame on too much paint being applied at a time, even the best painters will deal with drips on occasion. If they catch it right away, it's far easier to deal with than if it goes unnoticed.

If that paint drip dries before you notice it, there are things you can do to correct the problem. Learn some tips for dealing with paint drips that are completely (or partially) dry in Repairing Dried Paint Drips.

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