How to Repair a Textured Wall in 3 Different Ways


Today I’m going to be showing you how to repair a textured wall in 3 different ways. I have done a lot of videos over the years on how to patch and repair drywall – but I keep getting the same question – “what if I have a textured wall”. So, I textured a wall and made a hole in it for today’s video. Let’s patch this hole together! For links to purchase the products in this video CLICK SHOW MORE ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇

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WHAT TO WATCH NEXT:
► How To Repair a Drywall Patch
https://youtu.be/FJhuIGjkV2w
► Easy Drywall Tricks to Fix Any Mistake
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► How To Install Drywall A to Z | DIY Tutorial
https://youtu.be/VQIMaR7hWtM

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► Easy Drywall Tricks to Fix Any Mistake (Video):
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Produced by: Home Renovision DIY 2020
Video & Editing Services Provided by:
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0:00 – 6:30 Cut open & Prep Holes
6:31 – 15:00 Filling & Sanding Holes
15:01 – 26:59 Priming and Texturing Wall Repair

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