How To Patch A Hole In Drywall

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  1. Perfect timing. I read your blog after you commented on my kitchen remodel post. I’d mentioned in that post, the ceiling drywall patches I’ll need to do. Thanks for the post! Easy fix. Cheers, J

  2. That’s so great! I hope you’ll find my tutorial easy to follow. Let me know if you have any questions! ~M.

  3. Another trick I’ve recently discovered is to use Plaster of Paris instead of joint compound for repairs like this. You can apply it thick and it will be ready to sand and paint in less than an hour. It’s also less likely to shrink and crack, but the fiberglass tape helps with that too.

  4. Cool! Thanks for the tip! ~M.

  5. I don’t know if there is a significant different between various Plaster of Paris brands and formulas, but this is the one I’ve used with good results:

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