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Strait-Flex 6 in. Dia Drywall Repair Patch

Model # ULTP-2PKS

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Strait-Flex 6 in. Dia Drywall Repair Patch

Model # ULTP-10PK

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Prest-on Drywall Repair Kit

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Average rating for Drywall Repair Kits
(3.6 / 5)
2,149 Reviews
  1. 5 years ago
    Works as Advertised
    The product is easy to use and works as advertised. Cut a wood piece to replace rotted section of a window sill & embedded the piece in the epoxy. The wood piece provided the required shape & the epoxy filled in the gaps between the piece and the irregular space left after removing the rotted wood. Rot Terminator was used on the new & existing wood prior to adding the epoxy.
  2. 7 years ago
    easy to use
    I used this product in conjunction with the rot terminator. It was easy to apply, though it is not easy to gauge the 1:1 mixture. You just have to eye ball the amount and hope for the best. Even when you think the mixture is blended, keep stirring. Most likely it isn't. I am not sure if the strengthener meets expectations. It's too soon to tell. One drawback: I couldn't find any instructions on clean up, so I wiped the scrapers clean with a paper towel.
  3. 4 years ago
    Makes a good strong patch
    I used this product to fill a sizable rotted wood hole in an interior window sill of my home. I had to work the thick putty quite a bit, dipping my putty knife in denatured alcohol often to keep it from sticking and get a smooth surface. Once it dried, I sanded the patch to make it even smoother. The color of the sill was dark walnut. Forewarned that it's difficult to get a dark stain with this product, I purchased some dark brown powder pigment and mixed it into the putty before I applied it to ... read more the hole. I then applied liquid stain to the dried patch and topped with urethane. The patch is pretty close to invisible, so I'm happy with the result.
  1. 3 years ago
    Works exactly as advertised!
    This stuff really works. The wood epoxy is thick, and not easy to work with, but once it hardens, it is strong. Would buy it again.
  2. 4 years ago
    Great Buy
    I'm using this to fix up some old and damaged decorative corbels and it's exactly what I needed. The products are very low odor, but definitely wear gloves (staining, some skin irritation). The petrifier does a good job penetrating and hardening rotted wood (not for structural support repairs--they have other products for that). The wood epoxy is easy to mix and apply. I haven't used the "lumber" they included, yet. There is a good amount of each product. My only complaint is having to buy this ... read more online--I don't understand why Home Depit doesn't carry this in the stores.
  3. 3 years ago
    This product exceeded my expectations.
    The kit contained everything needed to repair a rotted sill and each component worked as I expected.
  1. 1 month ago
    So easy to use! and quick
    I use this product every time I move or fix a rental. No tools needed, I just use my finger for small nail holes. It dries pretty quickly but in the container, it's lasted for years.
  2. 2 years ago
    Murad Ayeshs Review of 8-oz. Premium-Grade Patch-N-Paint Lightweight Spackling
    The product was easy to apply, clean, use, and easy instructions and quality of the material was modern.
  3. 3 years ago
    Ideal for ceiling work
    I used this lightweight spackling for sealing around some new ceiling fixtures, an electrical box for new track lighting and a bathroom ventilator. This stuff is about as light as whipped cream, and is just amazing. Unlike plaster, it doesn't drip or sag. I wouldn't expect it to hold a nail, but who's driving nails into ceilings anyway? It also worked great for patching up old nail holes in some walls.
  1. 2 years ago
    Home Run for DIYers
    Fabulous product. Bought the kit and carefully followed video instructions from System Three website. Delivered results as promised. The Sculptwood phase is amazing but I recommend buying your own very tight-fitting latex gloves. The ones in the kit are too flimsy and stick to the putty, making it too hard to create a smooth surface. I allowed lots of dry time between steps. Also used exterior silicone caulk for cracks too small to jam the putty into. After sanding and tacking, applied two coats ... read more of premium Kilz acrylic prime. Then two coats of final matching exterior color. BIG WOW! All steps and drying time took about 4 days. Only time will tell just how well the product holds up to stopping future rot but the repair process and ability to effectively reconstruct wood lost to rot was impressive. Saved us thousands in avoiding replacement of a weight-bearing beam!! (Tried to upload great step-by-step photos but HD website kept freezing, grrr).
  2. 2 years ago
    Excellent product
    The window restoration company that fixed our rotted wood window sash and sill uses this product to repair windows in historic homes. That alone speaks for the quality of the product. The results for our wood work were fantastic. The owner told me what he used and said we could do it ourselves next time. Great to know.
  3. 7 months ago
    Good option
    The kit was easy to use. A good alternative to replacing wood or sills around windows.
  1. 2 years ago
    Excellent Purchase
    Read the reviews prior to purchase and they were spot on. Very good purchase. Extremely easy to use and quick drying. You won't be disappointed.
  2. 6 months ago
    Quick and easy
    My girlfriend moves her frames and d├ęcor around constantly, I used the Patch Stick to fill maybe a dozen holes. Each one turned out perfectly. Easy to apply and done in minutes. Definitely recommend!
  3. 3 years ago
    This thing is great!
    I was putting up shelves and ended up overloading one of them--it crashed to the ground. I was going to go through the whole repair process with the mesh adhesive, putty and sanding, but I decided to give this little guy a chance. It was easy-peasy! It's just a simple little stick that you twist at the bottom to make the putty rise up, like Chapstick. It comes with a plastic putty knife on the cap that, granted, is not the best, but it got the job done well enough that I didn't feel the need to ... read more go fish around for my own putty knife. The instructions say to paint it immediately, before it dries, and no sanding. If I was going to leave the wall bare I probably would have been more of a perfectionist about it, but I planned on re-hanging the shelves about an inch and a half under the old spot, so it wasn't imperative that it be seamless. It ended up looking fairly good anyway--even the one whopper hole where some surrounding plaster had ripped out. Since I'm a renter, I didn't have the exact paint shade, though I did my best to match it, but if I had, it most likely would not have been noticeable at all. This was the first time I'd ever repaired holes in the wall. I'm happy with how inexpensive this product was, and how easy it made the job for me!
  1. 3 years ago
    Size was perfect
    I had looked in other stores for this size and was unable to get it. The store staff was very accommodating and personable. Good result.
  2. 1 year ago
    Wall patch
    I've used this in the same manner as a drywall repair compound, but on the outside of my house (the previous owner left us countless nails and anchors in stucco). Just take the tube, cut the nozzle at the desired length (you can replace the cap later to prevent from drying), and squeeze into the holes. Comes out easily. Make sure you smooth it out with a putty knife. Oh and don't forget to check the weather forecast to ensure it isn't going to rain that day! It dries dark gray, like concrete ... read more (duh), so you'll need to paint over the patches after it dries. Perfect for repairing holes in concrete/masonry walls of your house. One tube lasted me a long time.
  3. 2 years ago
    Concrete Patch Repair
    This product did patch the concrete. However, I had three concerns. They were as follows:: 1. There wasn't enough material. 2. A hole developed in the" wrong end" of the tube, creating a problem. 3. It was difficult, at best, to extrude the material from the tube! Please consider these concerns for future development! Thanks, S.P.B.
  1. 8 months ago
    Happy with my purchase.
    This product is soft , easy to use. Better than i expected. Since it is soft, easy to apply and it fills cracks and wholes better and faster. i have to apply several patches those areas has deep cracks which is expected. It dries quick. After dry sanding was easy. I am totally satisfied with this product. Highly recommended.
  2. 2 years ago
    please sell by the gallon.
    Works great, looks great, just needs to be carried in a larger size.
  3. 2 years ago
    Did what it was supposed to do!
    Product was the best value for the amount it included. Used it to fill in imperfections to a hardwood floor prior to staining. Product worked great and accepted the stain.
  1. 3 years ago
    JB Weld does it again!
    I recently dropped a $1200 guitar and dented the back of the neck pretty bad. I've used JB Weld in the past so I went with this, I couldn't be happier! It's ready to sand in 40 minutes, and once I finished fine sanding the neck you cant feel the dent at all. After that I repaired an acoustic guitar bridge where the bridge pin holes were stripped out to large. I filled the holes in completely with qwik wood, in 45 minutes I re-drilled the holes and the new pins fit perfect. I will always keep a ... read more tube of this handy for any other wood repair projects, you simply cant beat it!
  2. 2 years ago
    Great way to fill gaps and spaces. A little goes a long way
    I had a unusual shaped area to fill in next to basement stairs that needed to be filled and painted. I found the Kwikwood and tried it out. It mixed and molded easily. I allowed it to dry for 24 hours before I sanded it. It painted easily and has not cracked or chipped. Would definitely use again
  3. 2 years ago
    probably the best available for outdoor use
    Tried this and the Elmer's "Max" product to fill knot holes in 2x4 deck boards. The J-B product is superior in hardness to Elmer's and better overall. It's more a little more difficult to clean up, is not cheap and comes in a fairly small amount. For a relatively small amount of filling, especially outdoors, this is the best I've used.
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