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Does anyone know how I can get rid of that crease? Is there any possibility to make it a smooth face like the other faces? I am modeling a cup of coffee (online tutorial) and when duplicating the interior side to create the liquid I get that look at the level of the areas where the handles rise from. Even so, after duplicating, I am not sure if there is any way to get rid of that and make it a smooth object overall. (You can see the purple lines too)

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To get rid of the crease, first select the purple edges. Then, in the sidebar (with the cursor in the 3D Viewport, press N to toggle it), set the Mean Crease value to zero.

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Thats it!

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you very very much. You are a life saver! $\endgroup$ – Robert Mariasi May 1 at 15:36
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Select the edges and adjust the Edge Crease by pressing Shift+E, followed by pressing 0 and confirming it with Enter to set it to 0(essentially removing the Edge Crease).

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  • $\begingroup$ As of version 2.82, you'd have to press Shift + E followed by -1, to dial the crease back from 1 to 0. Shift + E > 0 makes no change to the crease value. $\endgroup$ – impresso May 1 at 18:15

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