advice to smooth this old drywall

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Hi all
Got the builders to fix up my kitchen floor, before they put all the units back.

What is the best way I can fill these holes & gaps in tonight?

So they can put the units back 2mro and my kitchen will not be drafty etc

I'm guessing it will take a little more then pollyfilla... all advice appriciated as I will get it done tonight

 
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Cut out the damaged plasterboard to the nearest stud and replace it....then some tape and filler.........B+Q shuts at 8. :mrgreen:
 
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Haha still time so get some plasterboard and joint tape.

How will board fit in thr car ive only seen the massive boards for whoe walls etc
 
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Haha still time so get some plasterboard and joint tape.

How will board fit in thr car ive only seen the massive boards for whoe walls etc

The biggest boards are way cheapest.

I've taken long spirit level and Stanley knife in the past and cut up into slightly smaller sections in the car park to fit in hatchback.
Only useful when patching or d&d sections though, obviously if you need full boards, not the best way!
 
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