|Fig.1 Wallpaper Damage|
Supplies and Tools:
Finger, brush or flat knife
A client in Santa Clarita had holes from drapery hardware that had been removed and wanted this repaired.
This post shows the three steps to repair these holes.
Step 1: Upper right fig.1 the first step is to spot the hole in the wallpaper, usually there are three holes per drapery hardware bracket.
Step 2: Fig.2 below, use the tip of your finger and apply a small bit of beige caulking to the hole. If you prefer not to use a finger, a brush or kitchen flat knife will work just as well. So if your wallpaper is white then get white caulking, get the caulking that will match with the wallpaper.
|Fig.4 Pack Down|
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