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Patch fist holes in the wall
Whether you experienced an accident while moving into your new digs, went into a rage after a rough night, or want to create a start-up helping those who fall under the former credentials, walls and ceilings get gored more often than thought about. So easy, in fact, all you need is a four-piece repair kit; some sandpaper, a half-pint of compounded vinyl spackling, and a self-adhesive mesh patch. One will be for fixing minor cavities, while the other will suffice for craters larger than 6 inches. A small hole is no sweat. Even the non-DIYer can easy finish a quick patching made by a doorknob or fist, whichever the culprit.
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How to Repair a Punched Wall
How to Patch a Hole in the Wall, a DIY Guide | The Manual
At some point in our lives, we have all had some sort of mishap that ended up with a hole in the wall. In this instructable, I will explain how to repair a hole in the wall in a cheap and easy way. Completing this task is a very useful life skill for anyone old enough to be reading this instructable. This is not a difficult process but it is something that will take some time to complete because of the time that is required to allow the materials to dry. The working time required to complete the repair of the hole in the wall is about a half an hour to 45 minutes. This will need to be done over the course of a couple days.
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How to Fix a Hole in the Wall
Show less Walls can be damaged in a wide variety of ways, from pin holes and cracks to large break outs. Each type of problem has a very different solution, the difficulty of which largely depends on the extent of the damage. This guide will provide instructions on a variety of ways to patch imperfections or holes in walls.
Everything from a swinging fist to a doorknob can punch a hole in drywall, leaving an unsightly blemish on the wall of your home. Fortunately, repairing a punched wall requires relatively minor home improvement skills and only basic tools and supplies. Rather than replacing the entire sheet of drywall, fixing damaged drywall typically means adding support to the punched area, then using joint compound to blend this section into the surrounding wall.