Plasterboard filler

Can someone kindly tell me which product is the best to fill-in holes left in plasterboard which held TV brackets so that it can be smoothed and painted over so that it is virtually impossible to see?
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One of the pollyfilla type products. Actually, I found Wickes own brand to produce better results, but that was sufficiently long ago that it might not be true for current product.
You can get a very flat smooth surface by running a wetted trowel edge over it when it's part set. Alternatively, you could sand it when it's set and dried.
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Hi Depending on hole size a good decorators caulk ( like Mangers) should do the job if you are filling rawlplug holes.If larger an old plasterers trick (filling in down-light holes) was to cut a piece of plasterboard and glue in using plaster which could then be skimmed when dry . HTH CJ
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Can someone kindly tell me which product is the best to fill-in holes left in plasterboard which held TV brackets so that it can be smoothed and painted over so that it is virtually impossible to see?
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