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FibaTape Fix it Fast White Wall Hole Filler

$382
  • All-in-One compound, applicator and spreader
  • Fills holes up to 2 inches, scratches or other wall imperfections
  • Resalable top allows product to be used for multiple repairs
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Product Overview

FibaTape Fix it Fast is the ideal solution for fast and easy wall repairs. The unique design allows compound to flow directly from the spreading knife to quickly fill small holes caused by screws or nails. Fix it Fast can also fill small scratches or imperfections in drywall or plaster.
  • No sanding required for smaller repairs
  • For interior use only
  • One-handed application
  • Professional joint compound formula
  • Dries in 24 hours
  • Easy to use as compound dispenses directly from tube
  • The date on the package is the manufacture date
  • Fills holes up to 2 inches, scratches or other wall imperfections



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
10 in
Product Size (oz.)
3
Product Width (in.)
2 in

Details

Color When Dry
White
Features
Paintable,Sandable
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Kit
No
Pack Size
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Patching and Repair Product
Patching & Repair Product Type
Spackling Paste
Product Weight (lb.)
.364 lb
Returnable
90-Day

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Customer Reviews

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I was impressed with Fix-It-Fast Small Hole Repair tool. I have been using for a few weeks now. T...
I was impressed with Fix-It-Fast Small Hole Repair tool. I have been using for a few weeks now. To start I assumed the compound would not meet my standards as I have worked with many different types and brands of compounds to fix minor to major drywall damage and have very few that I would recommend due to poor adhesion, consistency and not being durable once solidified. I had no such problems with this product, that being said it is not meant for holes much bigger than a pen width. I was also impressed with the applicator lid. It worked well enough to need any other tools for the application of the product. The lid snaps back on tight so the product wont dry out and is enough to clean off any extra compound. Highly recommend!
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The concept for this product is 'quick and clean' but does not turn out that way. It is importan...
The concept for this product is 'quick and clean' but does not turn out that way. It is important to follow the instructions but that does not necessarily keep everything on track. I was careful to hold the collar and not the tube of compound while twisting the nozzle, still the product started to ooze out below the collar where is should not. I just removed the nozzle and squirted the compound out of the torn hole to fill holes. The compound seems fine but the collar does not easily keep the compound from leaking out.
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This Saint Gobain Hole Repair Tool is great for tackling small repairs. I used it to repair seam...
This Saint Gobain Hole Repair Tool is great for tackling small repairs. I used it to repair seam joint as I changes doors, causing me to modify an open to a closet. This saved me a lot of money, where as I would have had to purchase a large bucket of spackle and throw most of it out. It also came with a putty knife to spread the spackle where need. I also don't have to look for tool. Great idea.
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I was unable to use the product as intended. When I tried to open it, the plug broke off, which ...
I was unable to use the product as intended. When I tried to open it, the plug broke off, which left a nub on the putty knife. I had to screw the cap off, and cut the product open, and use a regular putty knife. I was able to still use the product. I was still able to screw the cap back on to save the rest of it for future use. It was a little messy to try to use it this way though.
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The Adfors Fix It Fast All-in-One Small Hole Repair tool is a unique combination of product and t...
The Adfors Fix It Fast All-in-One Small Hole Repair tool is a unique combination of product and tool for quickly fixing small dings and holes with one item. The instructions are right on the tube, so you will never lose them. This product is made in Canada. The first use of this all-in-one repair tool was difficult for me because I am 77 years old with arthritis in my fingers causing me to no longer have a good grip, and therefor issues with the tool setup. First you must pull the key like seal plug out of the putty knife which is attached to a cap screwed into the compound tube. Trying to examine the problem, I turned the putty knife blade and removed it and the seal plug. Then I could see inside. The compound tube is exactly the same at both ends, with another little metal clamp holding the hidden end shut. I reassembled the tool, still very frustrated because I could not remove the seal plug. So I walked around my house until I found a good thick screw with a large head and room to latch the seal plug handle over the screw, Then I easily pulled the tube the seal plug out of the blade. Next I removed the tear ring strip under the putty knife lid. This ring prevents the putty knife from being twisted down far enough to open the tub containing the joint compound. The strip does not protrude much, making it a little hard to grasp initially. You throw the tear strip away. It is best to hold the tool by the gray plastic to perform all the setup steps, because you might tear the plastic if you grip the tube portion. Grip the gray plastic collar below the putty knife lid and then twist the putty knife clockwise until it is tightly sealed to the collar. At this point the tube has been punctured and is ready for use. I gently squeezed the tube and looked into the hole to see if the joint compound had been released, which it had. The all-in-one design of this tool means that the compound is not close to the blade edge.as it comes out of the hole. This places the joint compound on the blade away from the straight edge of the blade,. The tool is too small to easily hold by the plastic collar while using the blade. I first filled a screw hole in wallboard. After getting the compound off the blade and onto the surface, turn the tube over to the totally flat side of the blade. As I tried to smooth out the compound, I kept hitting a rough spot with the blade. I ran a finger over the compound and located the chunk which turned out to be a piece of the casing torn off when the tube was punctured. Next I filled a J shaped gouge in a door and ended up using my fingers to spread the compound into the J. Although joint compound is not normally used for wood repair, it works fine for painted wood. The compound is a good consistency and obviously a good quality joint compound. I cleaned the tool and as much of the compound exit tube as possible. Then I replaced the seal plug as these two small repairs used very little of the compound. A day later and the repairs look good, but still feel tacky when I touch them. I will have to lightly sand the patch over the screw. I notice that the seal plug is now gripped by the compound in the hole. I hope to use it again, so I hold the collar and finally manage to pull the plug out. I wash it off and replace it. I had great expectations and now have mixed thoughts about this product. The concept is appealing compared to getting a tub of joint compound and the associated tools. Perhaps some minor design changes would help. The little 2 inch wide putty knife is thick plastic so it does not break, but is also totally inflexible. I like a putty knife with a little flexibility, so I can run a flat surface rather than a flat edge over the compound at times. None of the issues I experienced prevented me from making satisfactory repairs. Many households will not used even a small tub of joint compound before it goes bad, so this little eight inch tube is ideal. Joint compound expires in about a year and sometimes even sooner once opened. For small repairs similar to those I made, it is the best option.
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I like this tool. It’s nothing fancy, just does the job as what it claims and does it well. I hav...
I like this tool. It’s nothing fancy, just does the job as what it claims and does it well. I have used other products to fix small holes and cracks before. But, as you know, you need to buy a can of repairing spackling and a putty knife. This tool basically combines both in one solution. After squeezing and applying the spackling to the hole, it is easy to clean up the tool as well. Just use some paper tower and wipe off unused spackling around the plastic head. Hope the fix can hold for a long time.
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When we bought this 10-year-old house, we were shocked at the number of “holey” places left behin...
When we bought this 10-year-old house, we were shocked at the number of “holey” places left behind by the previous owner. To repair rooms, we need to spackle picture-hanging holes on walls, fill small cracks in corner areas of crown molding, and reconnect spots where baseboards have nudged away from walls. Luckily, the Saint-Gobain Adfors spackle-with-tool device makes each of these projects easier to accomplish than we had anticipated.
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This is a really great concept having the product and scraper all in one. It was super easy to ap...
This is a really great concept having the product and scraper all in one. It was super easy to apply to small nail holes just squeeze and scrape. Always the right amount every time. The spackle was a good consistency and dried nice. However the tube leaked after the very first use. It washes off easily! I would only recommend this product for small jobs, and keep a rag handy just in case.
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It's really easy to use. I am using this product to fix small holes and scratches in the plaster ...
It's really easy to use. I am using this product to fix small holes and scratches in the plaster wall. It works fine for that. However, if you need to fix holes that are a little larger, I would recommend using drywall tape or drywall screen, which I have included pictures of attached to this review for your reference. Overall, this product works very well.
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This tool has great potential. However the lid is its critical failure part. The glue separated t...
This tool has great potential. However the lid is its critical failure part. The glue separated the lid from the tube of plaster. I hot glued it back on and even wrapped electrical tape on it to keep it together. It worked excellent for a couple of holes. Didn't get my hands dirty at all. This could work great for dorm repairs, but only after the lid to tube connection is improved. I finished a bunch of pin holes using the plaster and a finger. Easily cleaned up. Then paint over.
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