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Soapy water in a spray bottle or window cleaner....

Soapy water in a spray bottle or window cleaner. As you near the wood edge, press the blade into/towards the wood edge. If you try to scrape along the wood edge, you risk damage to the wood....
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You should replace that trim. Do not get finger...

You should replace that trim. Do not get finger jointed wood wet - that should be obvious from your photos. Not only is finger jointed trim bad for outside, that factory primer on that trim is...
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This is a tough one for professional painters...

This is a tough one for professional painters too. We can pick up a gallon of paint at 7am and return at lunch for a 2nd gallon and the color can be off enough to show.

I'd have to say from...
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stomp texture/slap brush

That is a close up of stomp texture or slap brush. That wont scrape off easy. Looks like its been painted over.

If it were me facing this task. I know it would be easier for me to replace the...
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He said metal cabinets. I would hope he's...

He said metal cabinets. I would hope he's shooting solvents. A cup with an air compressor will yield better results than an HVLP without air assist.
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5-6 gallons for the walls and 6 for the ceiling....

5-6 gallons for the walls and 6 for the ceiling. Don't skimp on the ceilings. Thats my guess without seeing it.
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A product like the wooster jumbo koter is perfect...

A product like the wooster jumbo koter is perfect for touchups. You can find them in 4" and 6" widths and they clean up easy. You want to touchup the walls the same way they were painted.
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CAUTION: I wouldn't put a waterborne over that...

CAUTION: I wouldn't put a waterborne over that Impervo oil. You may want to check with BM on this cause I'm not so positive a poly will work either.
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Actually what you are experiencing is very common...

Actually what you are experiencing is very common with paint and primer over joint compound - the only difference is not everyone gets to experience it like you did. People would be surprised to know...
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Cyndyhm, if you or anyone in your household are...

Cyndyhm, if you or anyone in your household are sensitive to solvents you can use an oil based odorless primer. They do have some odor.
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A general rule-of-thumb is this... its not ready...

A general rule-of-thumb is this... its not ready for paint if something is bleeding through it.
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Another option if you have an air compressor is...

Another option if you have an air compressor is to buy a gun for it.
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Jenni, I recommend using a 3/8" white woven...

Jenni, I recommend using a 3/8" white woven quality roller cover for all bold colors on smooth surfaces. If you have slightly textured walls you can use a 1/2" cover.

The tighter woven covers...
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