How to Fix Drywall Holes

How to Fix Drywall Holes

\" \" Fixing small and large holes in drywall is pretty easy when you have all the right tools and materials. For example, a drywall patch for a ceiling is thicker than one for a wall. In this article, we'll tell you how to fix both a small and a large drywall hole. AdvertisementAdvertisementFixing a Small HoleTo make a repair to a small drywall hole, about 6 inches (15 centimeters) or so, without a kit, follow these directions:Step 1:The first thing you need to do is get a piece drywall that is the same thickness as the drywall you need to fix. What You'll Need Drywall patch (cut from a larger piece)Tape measureDrywall saw (if you have one)Utility knifeStraight edge, such as a levelPutty knifeDrywall patching compoundSandpaperPrimer and paintPaintbrush

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