How to fill holes and cracks in walls

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Ensure surface and crack are dry and free from loose material.

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Touch in nails and screw heads with oil based paint.

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Stir to a creamy consistency.

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Press into crack with a filling knife, smoothing off with a wet knife.

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For deeper repairs, above 10mm, build up in layers allowing to dry between applications.

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If necessary, sand down when fully dried.

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To stop product drying out when storing, replace membrane and lid.

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Wash tools in warm water.

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