|Fig.1 The damage|
Supplies and Tools:
Kilz latex white primer
Paint brush 1-1/2 inch
Wall knife 6-inch
Wall knife 12-inch
Mrs. Vonnegut called about her kitchen wall damaged by her new baseboards. She stated that her dog had accidentally pushed her wall back into the wood studs.
This post address the six steps on how to repair the wall damages from her dog.
Step 1: Fig.1 above shows the damages to the wall.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the joint compound bucket with a 6-inch wall knife ready to be applied to the wall.
|Fig.2 Knife with drywall mud|
|Fig.3 Wall sanded|
Step 5: Fig.5 shows a 1-1/2 inch brush was used to apply the primer to the wall. The baseboard had some damage so it was also re-painted with primer.
|Fig.4 Kilz primer|
|Fig.5 First coat of primer|
|Fig.6 Client custom paint|
|Fig.7 Job finished|
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