Model RP-11-20

Internet #202343484

11 in. x 20 ft. Continuous Drywall Roll Patch Patch Material

$33.78 /box

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Continuous 11 in. width patching material allows material to be cut to any length. The patch material is imprinted with standard receptacle patterns for easy trimming. Roll-Patch will not fuzz-up during sanding. To apply, lightly sand area to be repaired. Trim patch for required use. Apply drywall compound 1/8 in. thick directly to back of patch. Place patch over center of repair and wipe down flat to wall using joint knife. Immediately skim-coat patch and let dry. Apply second coat, let dry, and sand. Compound that remains on backside of Roll-Patch makes patch very rigid in the damaged area.

  • 11 in. x 20 ft. x .013 in. roll
  • Drywall damage
  • Trimming to pre-printed templates on patch allows for multiple uses
  • Easily installs using standard drywall compounds
  • Can handle any patching applications or length of drywall damage
  • Smooth profile easily blends with surface

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Would this work on a round hole, 11 in. in diameter, in a ceiling?

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May 28, 2015
There are no patches that are 11 in. or larger. I tried extending one 8 in. patch with another 8 in. patch. It was a disaster.

if this won't work, please tell me what will.
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I wouldn't recommend using a patch on a large hole in a ceiling. A large patch would most likely sag down from the ceiling. In that case I would recommend making a "hot patch" with a piece of drywall. Just cut a square around the hole and replace it with a new piece of drywall.
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