My (for the lack of a better word I'll call him Painter ) is almost done with my room but I have a problem. The wall where he pulled down cabinets had some drywall damage from the tear down. So he did a little joint compound action to smooth out the divots. BUT now when the wall is painted these compunded spots are flat where I need them to have the same sheen as the rest of the wall. It's so important because a ton of light will be focused on this wall. What can I ( meaning He) do to get the sheen consistent?
(You can see the flat spots in the photo near the picture on the right (inside) and a couple of other spots.)