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Mrs. Appleton had hired before and she had a pedestal sink installed in her hallway bathroom. The new sink was not as wide and left two square patched that needed mending. This post shows how to repair this common problem.
This post shows the ten steps to repairing wall damage from the original sink to a new smaller pedestal sink.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the right side of the new pedestal sink and a small piece of tan paint tape was applied over the edge.
|Fig.1 Paint Tape painted Tan|
|Fig.2 Left side of sink|
|Fig.3 Tan painted tape|
|Fig.4 Wall sanding|
|Fig.5 Damaged wall|
|Fig.6 Westpac Smooth Set 5|
|Fig.7 Box opened|
|Fig.8 Dried joint compound|
|Fig.9 Picking up the dust|
|Fig.10 Last application|
|Fig.11 Final touch-up|
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