Difficulty: 2 out of 10
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How to repair a hole in the wall
You can easily repair a hole in the wall with these simple steps
When repairing holes, the trick with sanding filler properly is not only about how it looks, but how it feels. If you have colour paint on the wall, the filled spot will always look different to the rest of the surface. What matters is that when you rub your hand (rub your hand over the spot, because your palms are more sensitive to touch than your fingers are). The sanded spot should feel flat against the wall. If it feels slightly lumpy or a bit higher than the surface, it means you should sand it a bit more.
No sign of holes! The shelf is up again and the unsightly holes are gone.
Now you know how to repair a hole in the wall yourself. You can easily do this yourself. No calling out the professionals. No calling 0845 numbers looking for workmen who can fit you into their schedule. Use this tutorial and you’ll be proud of what you can do.
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