Hi collective mind, I have recently stripped the wall paper from my hall, stairs and landing. It came off like a dream and revealed painted walls that don’t need skimming. I can’t afford to have them skimmed anyway, it’s an old Victorian end terrace and the surface area is huge, from the bottom of the stairs to the top of the landing ceiling is about 6/7m maybe. When I’ve taken the wallpaper off some of the old paint has come off. This has left pockets of scars/tiny indents on the wall where you can see the original plaster. I’ve removed all the flaking paint and sanded the walls with 120 grit sand paper and tried to even put the scars to intergrate them back into the paint. How can I fill the scars so they won’t be seen when painted? PVA mixed into the base coat? A special primer? Does anyone know any magic remedies that will mean I don’t have to save over a grand to have them skimmed? I’ll try and post pictures. Thanks in advance.