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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-26-2008, 04:13 AM Thread Starter
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so how do I fix...

this gaping masterpiece?



Normally I only make jim-sized dents in other peoples' places so it's not an issue.
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fill with newspapper then alot of spackle type crap. let dry then sand and paint
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this gaping masterpiece?



Normally I only make jim-sized dents in other peoples' places so it's not an issue.
Verify other person's tastes and purchase appropriate poster. No sanding required.


Or you can go through G2G's method.
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they make hole repair kits. It's a mesh like material you soak in water and apply over the whole and then when it dries you put spackle over that. let dry, sand, paint. send bill to person' who's head made the whole

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One of the most embarrassing things Dirtbiker has ever muttered while piss drunk= "I'll have you wall fixed by the end of the week. You dirty cocksucker."
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Cut it out square or rectangular, get sheet rock same size, screw a backing board in the hole and then screw rock of hole cut out to board. plastic and sand, then paint.

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Cut it out square or rectangular, get sheet rock same size, screw a backing board in the hole and then screw rock of hole cut out to board. plastic and sand, then paint.
That is the correct way to do it if you want a nice smooth wall.
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That is the correct way to do it if you want a nice smooth wall.
+1

I've had some anger managment problems and done this plenty of times
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What Steve said, we had to repair many similar "mishaps" in College, security deposit be damned.

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the correct way to repair drywall holes

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Cut it out square or rectangular, get sheet rock same size, screw a backing board in the hole and then screw rock of hole cut out to board. plastic and sand, then paint.
+1
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Cut it out square or rectangular, get sheet rock same size, screw a backing board in the hole and then screw rock of hole cut out to board. plastic and sand, then paint.
This is the only way to fix a hole that size.

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Slide the fork tubes up to compensate.
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Cut it out square or rectangular, get sheet rock same size, screw a backing board in the hole and then screw rock of hole cut out to board. plastic and sand, then paint.
8th grade tech ed teaches this way and its how i do it =)
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It looks like an elbow.

Am I right?
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It looks like an elbow.

Am I right?
+1, to be specific, the right one



Put a Nicky Hayden poster over it!
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Nah it was a straight kick. My neighbors were pissing me off, that's the wall we share. I just meant to make a boom and shake all the crap off their wall, but I went through it. I think I'm going to get a poster of some lesbians eating each other out to cover it for now.
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get a sharpie marker and draw a butt around the hole.
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