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Phenopatch

Model 01611

Internet #100094504

Store SKU #610488

1 qt. Premium-Grade Patch-N-Paint Lightweight Spackling

$5.98 /each

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This Phenopatch 1 qt. Premium-Grade Patch-N-Paint Lightweight Spackling comes pre-mixed for immediate use. It effectively fills cracks, holes and other imperfections in just 1 quick-drying application.

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  • Repairs cracks and holes in 1 application
  • For interior and exterior use on plaster, drywall, masonry and wood
  • Paintable and requires no sanding
  • Will not shrink, crack or sag
  • Ready to use and dries quickly
  • Interior/exterior

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Can the Patch-N-paint product be used in a bathroon to smooth out sheetrock wall ceiling/walls that have been scrapped due to paint that was peeling?

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Larry
December 18, 2012
Will it stick to sheetrock ceilings, i am worried that due to its light weight it will not stick to the ceiling?
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Florida
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March 1, 2015
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If the paint fell off by itself, just sand/feather the edges of the paint lines and paint with some PVA primer then your color topcoat. I wouldn't recommended this product as I had a bad experience. If your drywall is really scratched because you physically removed the paint, then use some lightweight pre-mixed joint compound or some of the DryTex spackle made by the same company (DAP).
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Costa Mesa, CA, USA
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November 8, 2014
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This would work if the actual application is small...like inches small. Otherwise, this is not your product of choice. The spackling will run and come off with the moist air in the bathroom.
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December 19, 2012
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We do not recommend the use of any DAP spackling compounds for "skim coating" applications. For that type of specific repair, we recommend the use of a DAP Wallboard Joint Compound: http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100634317/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10054&langId=-1&keyword=DAP+Jooint&storeId=10051
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How is paint and patch different to ordinary joint compound? Can this be used for crown molding joints, or will it crack over time?

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April 7, 2016
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Patch-N-Paint is a lightweight, fast dry spackling compound, designed for use on small cosmetic repairs. It is not designed to be used in place of joint compounds. Neither spackling or joint compounds should be used in joints that are subject to movement, as they dry to a rigid finish. Exposure to joint movement will likely result in cracking.
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Can you apply over joint bare joint compound that has been applied on my wood fascia? Never painted.

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October 25, 2015
I was gonna use joint compound to cover rotting wood roof fascia, then changed my mind
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October 26, 2015
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This product would not be suitable for use as a wood rot repair compound.
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Patch-n-Paint slightly dry

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September 25, 2015
I used about 3 years ago to repair small holes and it was perfect. I just opened to use again and found it only slightly dry. Can a small amount of water be added to restore the product for use?
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September 28, 2015
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A small volume of clean water can be used to restore the product to its original consistency. Since your addition of water can impact the products performance, it is recommended that you allow several hours of dry time until paint you sand or prime/paint the patched areas.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product I've used the Phenopatch "Patch-N-Paint" on several occasions and it always works well. I definitely recommend. August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gave me problems I picked up this product because I had some deep sheet rock damage from removing a pedestal sink from a wall. My thought was that since this product is so light it might not sag when I put on thick and it would dry better than dry wall spackle. I ran into problems getting it to cling to the sheet rock and it seemed to never get completely hard. In the end I used a patch kit. November 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't live up to its name I was filling some dents, holes, and scratches in existing drywall before re-painting a room. The label states "patch-n-paint" and "no sanding needed before painting" if correct putty knife technique is used. I used the correct technique as I am a finish contractor. The portions that were filled showed discoloration of final paint color even through 2 coats of primer and the first top-coat. It doesn't sand easily either. I should have gone with my gut and used some 5 minute drywall compound powder or Bondo. Don't even try it on PVC trim, I made the mistake assuming it was like regular spackle and could be used on plastic, but it didn't adhere or dry after more than 3 hrs. Consistency of product is very "fluffy", like the newer whipped cream cheeses and butters. It is GREY in color. March 1, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does not harden completely Be warned that the product does not completely harden as noted by an earlier reviewer. If the patch will not be touched, this might be ok. However, if the area will be touched, it will deform easily and will have to be re-patched with a different compound. This information should be placed on the product as I assumed it would still harden despite it being lighter weight. The fault is in the product description, it should also read "remains pliable" in the points on the front label. February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works good Works like it should. Dries fast. Covers good. East to apply May 26, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Just okay.... The previous owner of my home liked to hang everything with about 12 anchored screws. As a result, I've had tons of small holes to spackle. This product does what it says it does: it is fast-drying, doesn't shrink, low VOC/ zero odor. However, it is not my favorite to work with. It has a drier, less sticky texture and doesn't adhere that well to smooth walls. It also tends to crumble and make a mess as you're patching. I prefer spackle with a wetter consistency, although it takes longer to dry. I suppose it's just a matter of personal preference, but that is the reason I deducted two stars. May 29, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Forever to dry, soft, not like spackle On a 5x5 patch, even after 24 hours, the stuff is still very soft and can be deformed by finger pressure. I will scrape it off and get the traditional spackle. Won't use it again for anything that might need sanding. The no prime feature is not worth it. December 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy To Work With This is great for nail hole cover or light patchwork when sanding out old paint scrapings. It is NOT good for larger scale projects. When it says lightweight...they mean it!. For anything too thick of a coat, it will not work when painted. It comes off with any degree of moisture. It only works for thin patches or seeming paint scrapings or like I use it -- nail holes. November 8, 2014
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