Saturday, March 8, 2014

How to Remove Bathroom Mirror - Part 4 of 6 - Wall Spackled

Fig.1 DAP® 
DryDex® Spackling
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:  
DAP® DryDex® Spackling

Mrs. Escarole wanted a mirror removed from the master bathroom. She had tried to remove it herself but the mirror would not budge. She called my repair service to remove a 48 by 60 inch mirror.

This post shows four steps repair the wall damage. 

Step 1: Above fig.1 shows tools scissors, razor knife, tub and tile Spackle and rag to remove the mirror. 
Step 2: Fig.3 shows the patches are pink because they are still pink, that the best way to tell when the Spackle is dried.
Fig.2 Pink DAP® 
DryDex® Spackling
patches Fill damaged holes
Step 3: Fig.3 shows the patches are almost dried.
Fig.3 DAP® DryDex® Spackling drying white
Step 4: Fig.4 shows the reflection of the patches are drying on the wall.
Fig.4 DAP® DryDex® Spackling
Almost dried and turning white
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