I have to respectively disagree with aspects of this review. First the patches of adhesive were very small and in a closet. I made a judgement to not damage the wall rather try to get it off. And as far as painting over areas needing patching, very unfair analysis. There were very tin spots in the bathroom that when she pointed to them, and yes I was dressed to leave, I took some plaster and filled them. She seemed satisfied at the time. They were so tiny it seemed really really picky, but I corrected it. Too, there were little bumps in the bathroom that I didn't think needed removal. She certainly never mentioned before I started. . In actuality, I gave here a discount and she paid 75 dollars less than what my fee would have normally bee. She'd purchased not so good paint that covered poorly. forcing me to do extra coats, which I told her were not part of the deal. I did them anyway because I want a job to come great..And in reality, despite the inferior white paint, it did come very good. I stayed and in my street clothes took up the brush and painted what areas she pointed out needed additional work. I agreed with her that they did and corrected each of these small areas. I gave her a tremendous effort under terrible lighting conditions and the result was very good. There was, by the way, very little patching required, which I did as a matter of course. To be clear, any customer of mine has to be totally satisfied with a job I do or I stay until it is right. This happens rarely as I make damned sure myself that all the bases are covered.