When you notice cracks, holes, or moisture damage in your walls, you may need to have your sheetrock/drywall repaired. The Drywall Repair Tool provides a quick and easy solution to this vexing problem wherever knock-down drywall finishes are in place. Keep reading to learn about how we can help you with your interior wall repair and replacement needs. You can also make your own backerboard from a piece of scrap plywood or drywall.
We can also assist you if you have additional handyman needs, including siding repair and replacement, door installation, window repair, exterior trim repair, and more. HYDE’s Wet & Set Repair Patch is a flexible sheet of water-activated patching material that dries within 30 minutes.
In this article, we’ll tell you how to fix both a small and a large drywall hole. We will provide professional drywall repair and installation with no blemishes or imperfections. To fix a hole in your wall generally requires some type of patch to cover the hole, whether it is a metal patch like the one I’m holding here, or another piece of drywall like this.
To feather the edge, increase pressure and angle on the drywall knife as you reach the outer edges of the patch area to minimize, or thin, the joint compound on the drywall. Using fiberglass mesh tape and hot mud to repair cracked seams can help prevent their recurrence.
This tool is particularly useful for any drywall repair job in a finished area of your home. Next, you’ll cover the seams with drywall joint compound and press drywall tape into it. After several additional coats of joint compound, and a little sanding, the repair will be smooth.