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How to Repair a Small Hole in a Spanish Knife Textured Wall

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    • Remove any debris from the hole in the wall.

  2. How to Repair a Small Hole in a Spanish Knife Textured Wall: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    • Scoop some DryDex Spackling on to your plastic taping knife.

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    • Fill the hole with spackle.

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    • Gently move the taping knife over the newly covered hole in multiple directions.

    • This will ensure the spackle completely fills the hole.

    • Let the DryDex Spackle dry.

    • You will know the spackle is dry when it turns from pink to white.

  5. How to Repair a Small Hole in a Spanish Knife Textured Wall: paso 5, imagen 1 de 1
    • Sand the newly spackled area down until the spackle is level with the original wall.

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    • Scoop some All Purpose Joint Compound on to your putty knife.

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    • Smooth the joint compound on the wall, covering the area you want to re-texture.

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    • Gently drag the putty knife through the joint compound to create ridges.

    • Creating ridges is a creative and unique process. You get to decide how close you want the ridges together and at what angle to make the ridges.

    • Let the joint compound completely dry.

    • You will know the Joint Compound is dry when it turns from grey to white.

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    • Mix the paint that you have leftover from the first time you painted the wall.

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    • Paint the section of the wall that you re-textured.

    • Paint each ridge.

    • Let the paint completely dry.

Conclusión

You’ve successfully spackled, textured, and painted. Your wall is now as good as new!

Kayla Elder

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