Where my wall meets my ceiling there’s a crack. How can I fix this?
Paula on Dec 21, 2017small cracks like this can easily fill with paint, just put on a bit thicker in that area. hopefully you still have that color paint.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on Dec 21, 2017https://www.pinterest.com/pin/437341813794723669/?lp=trueHelpful Reply
R Walter on Dec 21, 2017Use either flexible caulk or a small tub of spackling, apply with your finger, then repaint the area. This is caused by your foundation settling and the flexibility of the caulk will do the best job. I have recently had to do this in my home after foundation repairsHelpful Reply
GrandmasHouseDIY on Dec 21, 2017I definitely agree that caulk is the way to go, make sure it is a paintable caulk so you can paint it after you fill the crack. We get these here in northern MN from how the building shrinks and expands from our extreme temperatures, it will crack again if you don't use something flexible like caulk but that should take care of it!Helpful Reply
William on Dec 21, 2017Perfect site from Janet Pizaro. DO NOT fill the gap without using drywall tape or it will return. I like to use the mesh tape. Sticky on one side to stick over the crack.Helpful Reply
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