How To Spackle A Wall Fixing Drywall Holes Of All Sizes
How to spackle a wall fixing drywall holes of all sizes is article about Repair Maintenance bookmarked by jonathan with ID 13911216898 was uploaded on 18-01-2019 and has been viewed 170,391 times.
Knicks, dings, chips, gashes, and holes in the drywall are an inevitable part of home-owning.Fortunately, repairing these holes and imperfections is a breeze with a decent putty knife and a quality spackle.
Whether it's a massive hole or a tiny chip in the paint the size of a pencil eraser, size will be the one thing that determines how you go about tackling drywall repairs.In this article, we'll break it up into small, medium, and large-sized repairs.
Fixing Small Holes A small repair would be considered anything that you can't fit a finger into.A common example would be plugging up scr*w holes or drywall anchors, where a TV or shelf may have been mounted on the wall.
For these repairs, the only thing you'll need is spackle and a putty knife.Before you begin the repair, clean up the hole and lightly sand the area with a 100-150 grit sandpaper.Next simply glob an appropriate amount of spackle onto the area, and smooth out with the putty knife.
The key to doing a quality job is patience.You'll want to do probably at least three layers of spackle, and this requires waiting for each layer to dry before adding on another.Plug up...