Patch a Simple Nail Hole in Drywall Using Toothpaste

30 Oct


Toothpaste is great for your teeth and for your wall. One of the simplest solutions to repairing a nail hole in drywall involves using toothpaste. You take toothpaste and push as much as you can to fill up the hole, scrape off any remaining paste to make a nice smooth surface and then let the paste dry. Toothpaste really looks surprisingly similar to spackling and does not shrink like caulking does.

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