Patch small holes with just a bit of joint compound or spackling compound. Patch medium sized holes with commercially accessible self-adhesive aluminum or synthetic mesh materials. This mesh materials is also obtainable with thin stable metallic backing for added strength. For large holes insert and fasten wood backing materials in the gap or minimize out a rectangular section of drywall out to the middle of the studs on either aspect. In both case match a restore piece of drywall into the opening and fix it with drywall screws. Use fiberglass mesh tape or paper tape on the joints around the giant repairs. Joint compound shrinks as it dries so multiple coats are required. Apply and sand 2 or 3 coats of joint compound to cowl and feather out the edges of the patch.
Apply joint compound to the again of the paper border. Fit the gypsum into the new hole … Read more