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HDX 4 in. x 4 in. Drywall Repair Patch
0720086490051

HDX

4 in. x 4 in. Drywall Repair Patch

$3.98 /each

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The 4 in. x 4 in. Drywall Repair Patch is perfect for permanent repairs on damaged walls and ceilings. The self adhesive patch and release liner insure that your repairs will last. Get professional results with the steel construction and easy to follow instructions.

  • Steel design
  • Permanent repair patch
  • Paintable
  • Shrink-resistant
  • For interior use
  • Permanent repair on walls and ceilings
  • Easy to use - professional results

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Once the wall is patched and has dried can you use it to screw nails into?

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April 5, 2016
We had 1 of the supports holding the pole for the window drapes pull out and made a hole in the drywall. I'd love to be able to put it back in the same place so it is centered.
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September 20, 2016
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No you cannot, but a piece of drywall instead and cut to fit.
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June 27, 2016
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You may be able to get a self-tapping sheet metal screw through it, but I wouldn't hang anything substantial from the patch unless you first fasten the corners of the metal plate with screws to solid wallboard to avoid pulling the patch off the wall!
Probably better to stick a piece of wood in the wall (if the hole is big enough) to serve like a toggle bolt, and screw into that. You can secure each Read More
You may be able to get a self-tapping sheet metal screw through it, but I wouldn't hang anything substantial from the patch unless you first fasten the corners of the metal plate with screws to solid wallboard to avoid pulling the patch off the wall!
Probably better to stick a piece of wood in the wall (if the hole is big enough) to serve like a toggle bolt, and screw into that. You can secure each end of the wood with drywall screws through the wall on each side of the hole. Read Less
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I would not recommend using screws as this a solid metal patch.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Does its job I used this patch when I removed the ugly old ceramic towel and TP holders in the bathrooms in favor of updated brushed nickel fixtures. As anyone knows who has removed the old ceramic fixtures, they leaving a gaping hole in your wall. After applying the patch, adding a drywall compound, sanding, adding a tad more compound when I thought I sanded too much, and then sanding again, I realized that with the metal plate in your wall, no amount of sanding will ever make it completely flush with the wall. On top of that, you will never be able to hang anything on the wall in the repaired area, as you cannot anchor anything on the metal plate. Luckily, our walls are textured, so the small "bump" in the wall is not as noticeable after wall texturizer is applied, but I would not recommend using this if you have smooth walls. You're better off getting a small section of drywall and cutting it to fit. September 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Thick Fix, Multple Coats, Wide Feathering The combination of the mesh over the sheet of metal makes for a noticeable bulge. I cut the paper off of the wallboard to fit the metal (which us about the thickness of the metal), then sanded the surrounding wallboard with the first hokey little cardboard sanding "block" (just like the instructions say, which worked surprisingly well) where the mesh would extend onto. I dusted off the wall and the "patch" adhered just fine. Admittedly, I used the same little cardboard sanding thing as before to go over my mud (they provide a second one, but now I've got a handy little spare). Ended up with a bit of a bulge in the wall, even having recessed the metal panel; it may be more obvious if I hadn't done that! I picked up the 6x6 version also, but was able to turn the patch and cover the hole with this 4x4! June 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Awful I had used patch kits before (3M from Lowe's) so I knew what I was doing. I followed the directions. This was left in its entirety but did stick properly to the wall and more compound had to be applied, 2 coats. I was left with a visible mess despite several coats and sanding and painting. I have yet to find an HDX product that is of a good quality and now know better to stick with name brands as I had used previously. May 28, 2016
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