Got a hole in your wall?
You might wanna fix that. Scroll down to see how we'd do it.
How to fix a drywall in 3 easy steps?
Step 1. Identify and prepare
So to fix the wall with RK Plasterplugs you first want to drill the hole to a correct size. Depending on the size of your problem you can choose between XS, S, M and L sized plugs (12 mm - 84 mm) and then use the RK Plasterplug Tool accordingly. For a 12 mm plug you'd choose an 11 mm drill bit and so on.
And the good news is you can get them at almost any well stocked hardware store. Easy peasy.
Or to make it super easy, choose the dedicated RK Plasterplug Tool Set so we won't be able to say we told you so.
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This step only applies to you if you're using the small 12 or 18 mm plugs. The bigger plugs are already cut to smaller pieces. How long you want your plugs to be depends on the amount of empty space behind your wall. So go ahead and measure the depth of the hole now. Also the plug is thinner in one end and thicker in the other so you can play around and choose the perfect fit.
Then break your plug (by hand) to the correct size. There are pre-made markings on the plugs that'll make it super easy. So go ahead and break it. Hey! We just told you to break our products. We must be a bit insane.
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Step 2. Insert the plug and apply filler
Now this is where things get really interesting. You get to push the plug in the hole. If you used a correct sized drill bit it should slide in with just a bit of friction. You won't want it to be too easy because then the plug won't keep in place and you won't want it to be too tight because then you'll just end up using more energy than needed.
If you used a too small drill bit you can try sanding the hole. It'll make the plug fit better. But don't sand too much!
Then if you went a little crazy and made the hole too big your can always spread a little bit of filler to the sides of the hole and then sand to make it all better again.
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Then let it be. Just don't touch it.
I told you not to touch it.
Now keep that up for... let's say 1 to 5 hours to be as vague as possible. No, really, it depends on how big the hole was and how much filler you stuffed in it (it's not a turkey you know). If you spent the whole tube better prepare to wait for the full 5 hours.
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Step 3. Finish
We're almost there! Now that you patiently waited for 1 to 5 hours you get to sand the surface. You can leave it as it is but let's face it - you didn't exactly make it that smooth. So you'll want to sand it.
For the bigger and deeper holes you may need to spread more filler after sanding because even with our low shrinking filler there may be some shrinkage, depending on conditions. In such a case, re-apply filler, wait and then make it nice and smooth again.
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You're actually done! There's nothing more to do here except congratulate yourself and maybe pop open a cold one because your wall looks awesome and it's just like new.
You can even drill a new screw to the same spot to hold that painting your daughter made at pre-school or a picture of your dog or whatever.