So I have a hole in my drywall from trying to install a POS walmart window valence my wife bought. The hole is too large for me to just simply put a bigger screw in to secure the wall bracket. I can't make a new hole next to it as it will throw off the balance of the valence. I want to fill the hole and then screw back into the same spot. I have spackle and can do that easily, but I'm wondering if you can really screw into spackle thats dried and hardened. Anyone have any tips or know of any compounds I can put in the hole that will receive a couple small screws? Keep in mind the whole curtain system is 5 pounds or less.
Remember that stressed spelled backwards is desserts!
"The New England Patriots: As annoying as the Yankess, just with 23 fewer titles."
I saw your ad and will be able to help you out. The best thing to do for dry wall holes is to tape over the entire hole with strips of duct tape, and then paint over the duct tape. If you have wallpaper, I could just put wallpaper over the hole. That would be even easier. After the repair, nobody should lean up on the wall or it will probably tear again. I suggest hanging a picture over the hole. I have some old framed pictures of Bon Jovi that I could bring and install over the hole.
I am available all week, and my rate is $25/hr. When can I stop by?
Now that MBB is back, do we still have to pretend that WBB matters?
I was going to make a joke about me being called a "stud solver" but wasn't sure how that might define my sexuality.
Having that joke in the chamber and not pulling the trigger might raise the same question. As would failing to yell "THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!" after a joke of that (sticking with the gun analogy here) calibur.
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