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3 in. x 2 in. Steel Drywall Repair Clip (6-Pack)

$6.23
  • Holds drywall section securely in place as you tape
  • Create flush repairs without cutting back to the nearest stud
  • Includes 6 clips and 12 screws
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About This Product

The ANVIL Drywall Repair Clips are ideal for providing instant bracing during drywall repair. These clips fit up to 1/2 in. drywall panel. They work great to repair large holes or damaged areas in drywall.

Highlights

  • Holds drywall section securely in place as you tape
  • Create flush repairs without having to cut back to the nearest stud
  • Includes 6 clips and 12 screws
  • A must-have drywall installer tool
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Product Information

Internet # 308729645

Model # 82002

Store SKU # 1004215384

Specifications

Dimensions: H 2 in, W 3 in, D 3 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

3 in

Product Height (in.)

2 in

Product Thickness (in.)

0.1 in

Product Width (in.)

3 in

Details

Drywall Features

Hardware Included

Drywall Repair Type

Drywall Repair Clips

Kit

Kit

Material

Steel

Package Quantity

6

Product Weight (lb.)

0.3 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Questions & Answers

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caret
Q:are these recommended for using on ceilings?
by|Nov 17, 2023
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caret
Q:The product description here says for 1/2" and 5/8" drywall. However, the product packing says "Fits up to 1/2 in panel." I verified the UPCs are the same.....so which one is correct or has anyone used this with 5/8" drywall successfully?
by|Jan 27, 2023
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A:  The Anvil 3 in. x 2 in. Steel Drywall Repair Clip (6-Pack) is for 1/2" drywall. Thank you for the information, a correction to The Home Depot product webpage has been updated.

by|Apr 7, 2023
    caret
    Q:What size are the screws?
    by|Oct 31, 2022
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    A:  They're about 2/3 the width of a regular drywall screw. I've been using these for about 15 more years for the greatest invention ever. They're way better than a hot patch or putting paint stir sticks back there as a brace.

    by|Nov 5, 2022
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      Q:The video does not show that seams were taped.
      by|Jul 17, 2020
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      A:  Whether or not you tape the seams is dependent on how tight a fit the patch is and how large it is. If there are gaps greater than 1/8th inch, I would suggest that you also apply tape. My preference is the super-thin open weave adhesive-backed product, not paper.

      by|Mar 22, 2024
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      A:  Taping is recommended for the inexperienced, but not necessary.

      by|Jul 25, 2023
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        A:  The repair clips hold the drywall in place as you tape.

        by|Jan 12, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

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          • 3.9 out of 110 reviews
          • 74% recommend this product
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          If you have a small wall sheetrock repair these steel drywall repair clips or the perfect thing t...
          If you have a small wall sheetrock repair these steel drywall repair clips or the perfect thing to get the job done. Most repairs are always way from a stud in the wall. these clips allow you to square up the hole an make easy install for the patch. It's a matter of sliding the clip over the sheetrock edge, screwing it in and then putting the patch over the clips to screw in. just tape and mud.
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          These are ultra-convenient and they just work. It's so simple. You can do repairs like this using...
          These are ultra-convenient and they just work. It's so simple. You can do repairs like this using scraps of 1x3 lumber or similar, but it's a pain. These are already the right size and they come with short drywall screws, just long enough to screw in the clips. You can see exactly how to use them in my step-by-step photos with captions. The only thing to be cautious of is, don't break off the metal tabs until after you've screwed them in! Those metal tabs are the only thing holding the clip in place until it's screwed in. After that, you don't need them anymore.
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          This is an example of an ingenious invention that works exactly as described and fills a need tha...
          This is an example of an ingenious invention that works exactly as described and fills a need that has been around since drywall replaced plaster walls. If you have a big hole in your drywall that needs patching, save yourself a lot of trouble and pick up a package of these clips. Basically, you put a clip on each side of the hole that needs patching, screw them in place with the provided screws, cut a piece of drywall to fit the hole, then screw the new piece of drywall to the clips, break the clips off, then finish off the seams. It couldn't have been easier. I used them to repair a hole in my kitchen ceiling and couldn't have been happier.
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          The dry wall repair clips are a great handy product. It works great for doing patch work. Instead...
          The dry wall repair clips are a great handy product. It works great for doing patch work. Instead of cutting it back to study to find a fastening point, these clip's slide right over the sheetrock and provide a solid fastening point. The clip slides over the edge of the sheetrock and are temporary held in place by two legs. Just put a screw or two into them through the sheetrock and then put your patch in place and fasten. Once all screwed off the tempory legs just snap off by rocking them back and forth a few times. Once that's done just tape and spackle as normal
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          I couldn’t get the screws to go through it to secure. They kept pushing back through and damaging the drywall around the hole.
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          Its difficult to align. the screws provided are very small.
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