back in college, we used to fix nail holes with toothpaste... try to
find a color that matches the walls (we got lucky, always white).
They always scare you with the "we'll hold your security deposit if
there is any undocumented alteration or damage to your
apartment/dorm"... they really don't care about nail holes, because
they usually claim that you staind the rug or that you scraped a
The "deposit" is a joke at most colleges, btw... they're gonna keep the
whole damn thing no matter what. The washing machine broke down on
the 5th floor of a friends dorm back in the day, they just decided to
pay for a new one by keeping $10 from everyone's deposit when they
moved out for the summer. it was actually listed as "Laundry equipment
No, i am at work, where there is a firewall, actually....... so I can
not get to almost all websites. I thought if I asked on here, someone
might have a response..... thank you.... For some reason I can get to
gmail, but nothing else.
On 11 Jan 2007 14:25:22 -0800, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
If they are about the same area, might want to just cut out one big
area, say square shape, and patch. Cut fresh sheet of drywall about
the size of the new single hole, secure to studs, tape and mud.
Now if they are all seperate, and unable to consolidated, get some
mesh tape, and mud squishing good amount of mud through the tape.
Assuming fist size is only 4x3 in size.
mudding means mud, sand, mud, sand, mud and sand. the paint. :D
These are just guesses, since not actually there.
tom @ www.FreelancingProjects.com
search this group with key words.....
fix holes drywall
here's the result.... the first 10 hits will tell all you need to know
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