How To Patch Small Holes with One Tool
There is one skill every person should master – patching holes.
When I was renting an apartment, it would drive me CRAZY not being able to hang things on my walls so I broke the rules. This is the skill that saved me my deposit. This patching product is specifically for small hole repairs.
Yes, I am encouraging you to master the skill of breaking the rules and hiding the evidence.
If you’re not ready to be a rule-breaker, 3M Command Strips are an excellent option – they have basic designs and luxurious options too.
I’m using this all-in-one tool by 3M.
How to Patch a Hole
- Squeeze out spackling compound into the hole/scratch that you need to fill
- Use the putty knife side of the tube to smooth out spackling compound ——Let it dry (30 mins)
- Once dry, use the sanding pad (on the cap) to sand down the spackling compound