August 14, 2008

How to Patch Drywall

drywall_plug.jpgOver at the Hardware Aisle, they've got a great posting on our preferred method of patching drywall. It's when you take a scrap of drywall and peel it away, leaving a little plug with paper flanges. From there on out it's all mud and smoothing.

It's a really easy way to do it and the results are great. We've been using this method for years and don't miss the old way of trying to screw some piece of wood across the hole in order to attach the patch.

Read how to do it here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 14, 2008 1:14 PM

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