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Though I have now forgotten...I learned the answer to this query many years ago. Perhaps one of you younger brains can re supply me with an answer.

I want to paint a long 30' wall in my kitchen/dining room. The wall has a very rough texture (almost like sprayed on cement or something with sand added) Cracks have been repaired and part of the wall altered so it is not a beautiful smooth wall.

I am thinking that I will do a very subtle sponge painting job, monotone with just a half shade difference or something. I cannot remember which type of paint best hides flaws in the wall, flat, satin, or semi gloss. TIA sis
 

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Flat, but satin is better if you ever want to wash the wall.
 

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Flat it is, this is for the wall the pantry door and two bedroom doors are on and it is behind the dining table in an area where folks do not generally walk so it should stay clean. Thanks for the memory boost! sis
 
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