I just installed a closet door frame and door. While nailing part of the
frame in the upper right corner, a piece of drywall broke away. The size is
about 5" vertical by 2" wide in a cone/funnel shape which left about a 1.5"
base right to the stud where the frame is nailed. The piece came out as a
whole (minus a few little chips here and there). Therefore, what would be
best to repair.....apply a little compound and put the piece back in then
compound the rest on top followed by the normal procedure of drying,
sanding, painting, etc. OR just fill in the entire area with compound
followed by the normal procedure?
Any other input appreciated.
My appologies for a repeated post. I originally posted through Outlook
Express and it doesn't appear, then I did it again and it still doesn't
appear. Then I checked here in Google Groups and obviously, it's here.
Now I have to figure out why it didn't appear in OUtlook.
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