**My clients recently bought a house that was painted in attractive but bold colors. At the final walk through, when the art and pictures were taken down, the walls had typical, picture hook pock marks. I assumed there would be touch up paint in the garage or basement. But no.
**Another client of mine was the seller. He thoughtfully left a few cans of paint for touch up. A crabby old buyer got huffy at the final walk through. His agent stepped up and took the paint away.
**Is there a new protocol for touch up paint? It is a hazardous waste product. Responsible people don't throw it out with the trash anymore. How do you handle it?