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Tuesday, January 23, 2007
How to Repair Holes in Walls
Recently, a reader asked in our newsletter how to repair holes in walls. Ethel sent in a great tip she's used herself, that I wanted to share with all of you:
To the reader who wanted to know how to repair holes in walls. I take a piece of nylon net, stuff it in the hole and then put spackling compound over the whole "mess". When it is completely dry, sand it and then you are ready to paint. The nylon net holds the spackling compound in place and does not deteriorate. This is a lot easier than replacing wallboard (and a lot cheaper!).
Posted by HappySlob ::
7:40 AM ::