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Model # 54-014

Store SKU #548175

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Drywall Repair Clip (6-Pack)

  • Designed to assist in drywall repair patches
  • Holds drywall section securely in place as you tape
  • No-show design provides a clean finished look
$ 4 39

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Product Overview

  • Designed to assist in drywall repair patches
  • Holds drywall section securely in place as you tape
  • No-show design provides a clean finished look
The Wal-Board Tools Drywall Repair Clip (6-Pack) is ideal for providing instant bracing during drywall repair. These clips fit both 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. drywall for convenience. Repair large holes or damaged areas in drywall.
  • Use to repair large holes or damaged areas in drywall
  • Fits both 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. drywall
  • Eliminates the need to cut back to studs
  • Convenient 6-pack
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Designed to assist in drywall repair patches
  • Holds drywall section securely in place as you tape
  • No-show design provides a clean finished look
Model #: 54-014
Sku #: 548175
Internet #: 202015408

The Wal-Board Tools Drywall Repair Clip (6-Pack) is ideal for providing instant bracing during drywall repair. These clips fit both 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. drywall for convenience. Repair large holes or damaged areas in drywall.

  • Use to repair large holes or damaged areas in drywall
  • Fits both 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. drywall
  • Eliminates the need to cut back to studs
  • Convenient 6-pack
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Drywall Features Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant No Additional Features Fire Resistant Fiberglass Mesh,Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant,Self Adhesive
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
7
Product Thickness (in.)
1.44 in
Product Width (in.)
4.5

Details

Drywall Features
Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant
Drywall Repair Type
Drywall Repair Clips
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.38lb
Returnable
180-Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
7
Product Thickness (in.)
1.44 in
Product Width (in.)
4.5

Details

Drywall Features
Fire Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Mold Resistant
Drywall Repair Type
Drywall Repair Clips
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.38lb
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

How do you remove tabs or clips

Asked by: Al
Yes. The tabs are made to be removed by bending them back and forth until they break off far enough inside the joint so that you can fill in the joint without any visible clip material sticking out.
Answered by: shadman1948
Date published: 2019-05-20

how large a panel can these clips hold?

ran into some water rotted studs, and have a 2' x 4' section of drywall [in ceiling] to replace.
Asked by: GentleBen
These should work fine but I would recommend that you use at least two on each of the long sides to provide support to the patch panel. If you have the space behind the drywall you could also use support boards across the patch in addition to the clips.
Answered by: timewilltell
Date published: 2018-02-28

Can I use these to repair a whole wall section

I removed a fiberglass shower and and had to cut the drywall back so that it just misses the stud (about 1/4". The edge of the drywall now does not lie flat against the stud. Can I use these to secure the edge of the drywall to the nearest stud?
Asked by: BiffPocaroba
I don't think so. They are designed to attached the edges of the drywall only. I would recommend screwing a 1x4 to the side of the stud, or using liquid nails instead of screws to "extend" the stud enough to allow you to screw the new drywall into wood.
Answered by: Bythepound
Date published: 2018-03-01

3/8 drywall

Is there a clip to repair3/8 thick drywall?
Asked by: eric
My idea is to put a small, 1/8" to 3/8" shim of some sort under the front tabs and remove it after installing the screws and then break away the tabs. I will be giving this technique a try at some point. My old house is full of 3/8". Hope it works. I am tired of using the ol' back it up with wood strips technique or cutting out to the nearest stud.
Answered by: RemodelingObsessed
Date published: 2019-05-15
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