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Hello everybody, I have applied the drywall joint compound on the entire drywall and sanded it very nicely and got the very smooth surface. But when I applied primer on it with a 1/4" nap roller, it ruined my hard work of sanding. I mean the wall has got roughness as compared to my very smooth sanded drywall. Wall has got small uniform grain-like textures of roller so it got roughness. Fortunately, I have not primed my entire wall yet. I have applied primer only on part of wall. So what should I do to make it smoother like before? I have already purchased Sherwin-William's Pro-Classic Acrylic Arcyd Enamel (Extra White Satin Finish) but not used it yet. I want an extremely smooth painted surface to use it as a projector screen to get highest gain & reflection. Please help me what to do next.

Thank you very much in advance for your co-operation,advice & time.

Atul Patel