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FibaTape Perfect Finish 6 in. x 6 in. Self-Adhesive Wall Repair Patch

$578
  • Self-adhesive for easy application
  • Ultra-thin mesh is easy to conceal
  • Compound embeds into patch for a strong repair
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FibaTape Ultra-Thin Wall and Ceiling repair patches are the ideal solution for permanently repairing damaged drywall or plaster. The perforated aluminum patch and fiberglass reinforcement layer provide added strength for a permanent repair. The self-adhesive design allows for easy installation and finishing. Patches can be used on walls or ceilings and will not sag or rust.
  • Strong adhesive adheres to smooth or textured walls
  • Ultra-thin mesh is 33% thinner than standard mesh for a seamless, professional finish
  • Perforated aluminum reinforcement provides added strength that will not rust
  • Easily cut to size for a custom repair
  • Cover holes up to 5 in. (13 cm)



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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)0.0625 inProduct Height (in.)6 in
Product Thickness (in.)0.018 inProduct Width (in.)6 in

Details

Drywall FeaturesFiberglass Mesh,Self AdhesiveDrywall Repair TypeDrywall Repair Patches
KitNoMaterialFiberglass
Package Quantity1Product Weight (lb.)0.064 lb
Returnable90-Day

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  • 4.6
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I was pleased with the FibaTape. I was patching a small hole at the base of a wall and was not su...
I was pleased with the FibaTape. I was patching a small hole at the base of a wall and was not sure it would be strong enough to hold the spackle. I put the patch over the hole as much as I could and then drew the spackle from the solid part of the wall over the hole and it held just fine. I used a spackle that changes color as it dries so it is easy to see in the pictures where the spackle is and what a good job it did holding. The only concern I have is if it were a bigger hole, would the patch hold up as well as the smaller one that I used. I would have no problem recommending this product
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The Fiba Tape 8" x 8" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut,...
The Fiba Tape 8" x 8" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut, and fit to size. The aluminum and fiberglass patch is strong, bonds perfectly to drywall for a simple strong reinforcing backing, to accept drywall compound. One skim coat with a second finish coat of compound is all that is needed. The patch is easily covered and can be blended into the existing drywall area, with minimum labor. A great product for small drywall repairs.
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The Fiba Tape 4" x4" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut, ...
The Fiba Tape 4" x4" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut, and fit to size. The aluminum and fiberglass patch is strong, bonds perfectly to drywall for a simple strong reinforcing backing, to accept drywall compound. One skim coat with a second finish coat of compound is all that is needed. The patch is easily covered and can be blended into the existing drywall area, with minimum labor. A great product for small drywall repairs.
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The Fiba Tape 6" x 6" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut,...
The Fiba Tape 6" x 6" is a perfect fast solution, for a strong bond on drywall. Very easy to cut, and fit to size. The aluminum and fiberglass patch is strong, bonds perfectly to drywall for a simple strong reinforcing backing, to accept drywall compound. One skim coat with a second finish coat of compound is all that is needed. The patch is easily covered and can be blended into the existing drywall area, with minimum labor. A great product for small drywall repairs.
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I used the Fibatape to repair a tear in dry wall paper in a powderroom remodel. When I removed t...
I used the Fibatape to repair a tear in dry wall paper in a powderroom remodel. When I removed the old oversink cabinet, the cabinet was stuck to the paint (must have been put up in a rush before the paint was fully dry) and a 4" chunk of wall came off with it. The Fibra tape solved this. The six inch fully covered the gash. You peak the backing paper off and then press the self-stick patch metal side down (against the wall). Make sure it is nice and smooth. Then a first thin coat of mud just to get everything covered and stuck to the wall. A light sand and a final coat and no more wall gash. I will put a skim coat on before repainting. Simple and effective. The instructions don't tell you which side goes down, but it is the metal with the fiber mesh up.
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This is an incredible product. So easy to use and makes a patching job a snap. The instructions a...
This is an incredible product. So easy to use and makes a patching job a snap. The instructions are clear even for a novice like me. It took what I thought would be a difficult project that I wouldn't be able to handle to something that was insanely easy to do and didn't require much skill or experience. I was able to fill a pretty big hole really easily and it came out beautiful. I'll be buying this in the future.
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Fibratape is easy to use. It has a self-adhesive for easy application, an ultra-thin mesh that i...
Fibratape is easy to use. It has a self-adhesive for easy application, an ultra-thin mesh that is easy to conceal, and it allows joint compound to embed into the patch for a strong repair. We have used this product many times, and it always worked very well. We thoroughly recommend it to the novice homeowner and to the professional renovator. If done right, you will never realize that your wall had been repaired.
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The FibaTape package had easy to understand instructions. The FibaTape patch consists of a diamon...
The FibaTape package had easy to understand instructions. The FibaTape patch consists of a diamond-designed aluminum mesh screen with a sticky adhesive around the edges. There is a smaller screen on the inside of the patch for reinforcement. Starting out I made sure the area around the hole was free of grit and grease from sanding the wall smooth. I applied the FibaTape to the wall covering the hole completely. The FibaTape sticks easily to the wall. I used Dap AlexFlex flexible spackling to apply over the mesh screen. The spackling goes into the tiny holes of the mesh to make the mesh stronger as it dries. I used a steel spatula to apply the spackling over the mesh. Then I let the spackling dry for about four hours. I sanded with a fine grit sandpaper and wiped off the dust, and I applied another thin coat of spackling and let it dry overnight. I sanded the spackling again the next day and wiped off the dust. I applied two coats of paint. The first coat as a primer and the second coat as the final coat. All in all, this was an easy process and in true time it took me about an hour. I just took my time on this project. The product met my expectations as I would definitely recommend this product to anyone wanting to cover an unsightly hole in the wall.
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This Fibatape is really a neat idea, it is so thin but very rigid so it just disappears under one...
This Fibatape is really a neat idea, it is so thin but very rigid so it just disappears under one coat of spackle. The 6 by 6 inch square has a layer of adhesive on the side with the metal mesh so it holds on to the sheetrock while you spackle over it. I used it on the ceiling even though it is intended for a wall. I pressed it down over the hole and put one thin coat of spackle over it to close the holes in the metal layer. Then I went up in the attic and put a thin layer of the brown Gorilla glue over the sides of the hole and across the metal mesh. When the Gorilla glue dries it foams up and makes a crystalline layer with lots of air holes so the patch is locked in to the sheetrock and will stay up there. Gorilla glue is available in the paint dept.at the Depot. After sanding the spackle another layer was applied with a little texture mixed in it. I let that dry and applied a coat of ceiling paint and the spot disappeared. Much easier than trying to plug a hole and then keep it from shrinking as it dries. I will definitely get some more Fibatape.
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Bottom line, I achieved an acceptable result with minimal effort and skill. I have had a hole in...
Bottom line, I achieved an acceptable result with minimal effort and skill. I have had a hole in the ceiling for an embarrassingly long time because the usual repair process - sanding down the painted texture on the ceiling, nicely trimming the edges of the hole, fashioning a precisely sized and shaped piece of drywall to match the hole, creating and installing a brace to support the patch, applying tape with joint compound, sanding, more joint compound, texturing, priming, and painting - was not on my bucket list, and the wall patch kits I have used before specifically stated they were not for use on the ceiling. I was so happy to find this patch which is for use on ceilings. I guess the lightweight aluminum mesh is what makes the difference. The patch was not actually sticky enough to stick to my ceiling, so I deducted a star. (It was partly my fault, though, because the ceiling was textured, not smooth.) I used spray-on adhesive and a brace to make it stick. I put on one layer of joint compound to cover the mesh. I skipped tapering and sanding. I put on one layer of texture, then painted. I got a pretty good result for such a halfway effort, and it was so much easier than the pro way. Just think how much better job you will do.
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