Want it to be fixed to be correct color texture ( may not be possible because they say color and text are affected by humidity and conditions in house) or changed to something more acceptable without assuming excessive cost. At one point painter told me " wait until it is done and if you don't like it we will paint it out." meaning I would end up paying several thousand dollars only to have my wall painted with a can of paint. We want a product that warrents the cost but don't want to pay the full cost of an unacceptable product. Also don't want to be in court with them.
removing this finish and re doing does require a bit of labor on their part because they are a business of two. Is it unreasonable of me to get another vendor w more workers to prepare the wall for painting and ask them to re do another application for free or ( ugg discount... still very expensive for me> Thanks
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