|Fig.1 Hole in door|
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Garnet sand paper grit 60Primer paint white
Joe Somali called me because he purchased a property with bedroom with no doors, and the door that he did have in the bathroom had a hole in it. Joe had hired a carpenter to put in the missing door. The door was not badly damaged, it was pushed in a bit from the towel bar on the other side of the bathroom wall. He wanted a quick fix to repair the door.
This post shows three steps to repair a hollow door.
Step 1: Use wood putty to cover the hole, and waited for it to dry.
Step 2: Above fig.1 shows the sanded door was smooth with using a hand sander.
Step 3: The last step was to primed the door patch with primer paint, the same color as the door. The job save Joe one door he had to replace.
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