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Try it but be sure to get the EXACT brand and color information from your landlord or it will probably not match. Even the exact same color, brand etc. will sometimes vary (slightly but enough to notice) from gallon to gallon. Flat paint is the most forgiving sheen as far as touch up goes.
I paint, so when I rented I would always ask if they wanted to pay me to give a fresh coat before we turned in the keys so they didn't have to deal with it. Some did, others had their own team of maintenance people. AS a landlord (i rent out a house i own) I expect to have to paint between tenants, especially if there are kids or pets in the house. I don't take anything off of the security deposit for painting, just fyi.
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