|Fig.1 Crescent wrench|
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Mark's home was located in Ontario, California. He purchased a 4 poster bed frame. This frame had a metal extension for the headboard that wasn't used which extended 4 inches past the mattress set. It was there to hold a vertical post which was not used in this room. This extension created severe damage to the wall behind the bed.
This post shows the three steps to repairing the damaged wall by the bed.
Step 1: Removed the extension frame using a crescent wrench to stop any more wall damage. Fig.1 shows the hole created by the bed frame. This was a very large and heavy wooden bed not easily moved. Working on the bed was necessary to access the small wall space that needed repair.
|Fig.1 Securing the wallboard back|
|Fig.2 Wallboard applied|
|Fig.3 Patch sanded and primed|
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