How to repair a drywall outside corner: prepping a patch

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How to repair a drywall outside corner: prepping a patch

How to repair a drywall outside corner: prepping the patch has to be done before applying any quickset or drywall joint compound. Knowing how to check the ex…

13 responses on “How to repair a drywall outside corner: prepping a patch

  1. Kittielips

    @VideoJoeKnows How on earth could you expect my wet hole to be patched
    over? It would be so frustrating. It would need a good gouging, screwing
    and drilling. This way, It may be filled in properly. Jennie. x.

  2. VideoJoeKnows

    @Kittielips it’s difficult to make the repairs to a wet wall. You may first
    need to blow it off with a heat gun. You don’t want it so wet that the
    patch material won’t stick as your patch material may become sticky & not
    dry nice & hard. Your patch material needs to be nice & hard before you go
    over it again. Joe :0

  3. Kittielips

    @VideoJoeKnows But if it’s not prepared properly, how will I know if it
    will be filled perfectly? Jennie. x.

  4. VideoJoeKnows

    @DAZUPYOU I think you’re learning alot by watching “joe”….huh!!….lol.
    Hey, anytime you ever have any DIY/howto questions, just give me a shout.
    I’ll be happy to help you out. Thanks again for commenting. Joe :0

  5. VideoJoeKnows

    @Kittielips No need. That’s not what DIY is all about. You don’t have to
    use a heat gun. Just let it dry naturally then take the necessary steps to
    prep the area before going any further. If it stays wet for too long, there
    might be another issue where you may have to go inside the hole & prob
    around to find the issue. Whatever you do, do not patch over a wet hole.
    Joe :0

  6. Kittielips

    @VideoJoeKnows Gosh; that sounds painful. Do you think I should ‘phone for
    a Brazillian dry waller? Jennie. x.