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Hole in wall. Need advice

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by James brown, 18 Jul 2020.

  1. James brown

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    Hi All. This is my first post and I’m after some advice. My partner somehow whilst cleaning managed to pull the curtains and hanger off the wall. It’s left a big hole and I’m unsure of how to tackle it. Ordinarily I’d fill it, sand it and paint it but I don’t think filler will be very structurally sound. I will need to re fix the hanger in exactly the same place it came out of as the curtains are made to measure. What product should I use to be able to drill back in too and be strong enough to hold a curtain. I will use longer screw next time. Before I just used the 50mm screws that came with the pole. Any advice would be very welcome.
     

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    Cheers. I’ll get some tomorrow. I had seen this but was looking for advice as to the best product to use. Would have liked to have used a product that I could get deep in to the hole with. Guess I’ll just have to push it in with a finger.
     
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