How To Patch A Sheetrock Hole In 60 Seconds

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How To In 60 Seconds

Do you have a hole in your sheetrock? Not sure how to repair it? You’ll be amazed to see how Doug Cornwell can do a sheetrock patch in 60 seconds.

– Piece of sheetrock
– Utility knife
– Joint Compound
– Spackle
– Spackle knife

  1. Square the cut up
    -Hint: Use a utility knife
  2. Punch out the cut spot of sheetrock
    – Hint: Use the bottom of the knife
  3. Grab a new piece of sheetrock – thickness doesn’t matter
  4. Make a cut that leaves you about two inches on each side
    -Hint: You don’t need to measure, eyeballing it is fine
  5. Cut your first line, snap it and cut it on the other side
  6. Repeat for the other side
    -Hint: Does not need to be perfect
  7. Now turn it over the the backside and line up the cut
    -Hint: Cut it on either side just inside the opening
  8. Repeat for the other side
  9. Break it from the backside and just peel off the sheetrock, leave the paper
  10. Take the cut part and put it in the hole, there’s your patch
    -Hint: The cut paper part goes to the front
  11. Use joint compound to keep the paper in place, then spackle as usual

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