Painter painted over bare spots, left marks do I need to repaint entire wall?

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Old 11-18-13, 02:23 PM
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Painter painted over bare spots, left marks do I need to repaint entire wall?

I had one of my rooms painted due to the cathedral ceiling. Upon completion of a 2 coat job I told the painter I saw white marks (see through spots) which he took the roller and went over to cover up.

He had washed his roller prior to this but the white spots are gone but now colored spots which are different shade of the paint. Is it watered down maybe?

Does the whole wall need to be painted or anyway to touch up?
It loos like someone sponged some marks on the wall basically.

What did he do wrong?

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Old 11-18-13, 02:34 PM
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I couldn't tell from the pics It's not likely that his clean [maybe wet] roller made much difference. Exactly what were the 'white' spots? If those areas didn't get complete coverage it's possible the whole wall didn't get complete coverage except for those areas he touched up. How long ago did he touch it up? Are you able to get the painter back to inspect the wall?
 
 

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