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A Flawless Drywall Repair

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Fixing a hole in drywall is a great DIYer project, and it's a skill that every homeowner should master. There's more than one way to patch a medium-sized hole. However, this is the fail-proof method used by pro contractors.
1. Square the hole
2. Install a backer-board
3. Cut a new piece of drywall
4. Tape all the joints
5. Apply several coats of mud
6. Sand smooth
7. Prime and paint
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/how-to-repair-medium-size-hole-in-drywall/

Got a question about this project?

  • Kala Professional Restoration services

    Thanks for great project you have shared with us.Water damage and stains on drywall are usually the result ofa leaky roof or plumbing fixture. Water damage will cause a stain to appear on the drywall. This is usually the first sign of a problem.

  • Jack Moore
    Jack Moore West Jordan, UT

    Wow, this was really helpful! I had no idea it was so easy. That looks just like new! I definitely have a few spots in my house I'll have to try this on. Thanks so much for sharing! http://mikesdrywallservice.com/services.htm

  • Bonnie
    Bonnie Canada

    Great tutorial ... thanks for posting it. I am in the process of renovating a tired condo and your tutorial is exactly what I needed.

  • Lori Andrews
    Lori Andrews Gadsden, AL

    Thanks for the tip knew I'd have to replace myself

  • Brian
    Brian Manassas, VA

    I like to cut the square plug first and then trace it over the hole.