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How to Repair Drywall and Match Texture – DIY Duke


  1. That’s a bad patch, you should always cut a bigger hole between 2 studs and use drywall screws to screw it in, otherwise it will not be flush with the wall…

  2. where do you buy the can product? That is exactly what I am looking for, especially after you flattened it down a bit.

  3. i honestly cannot beleive what i'm seeing. im not one to judge on quick patches but this not the way to do this. theyre both very wrong

  4. Great job.the texture that you did with the brush ,was that very ,very thin texture? if yes then I need to by a brush,my walls have very light thin texture barely could see it.

  5. Dude, your video is freakin awesome!

  6. Liked this vide, however there is a much faster and easier method to fill the holes. use styrofoam or a sanding sponge. Hold to wall cut a smidge larger than hole, squeeze into place and mud. Mere seconds compared to what was shown. Maybe l should do my own channel….

  7. I’m so happy I found this video! I’ve fixed a crack in the ceiling and a large hump in the wall today and needed to know how to texture it. I’ll try your technique!!! Thank you so much!

  8. Awesome video, duke. Right to the point no fluff or added character. Taught me what I need to know.

  9. Your the buff dudes dad.

  10. Love the "stay buff!" Duke. LOL : 0

  11. So where does the average person get a small piece of drywall to make a patch?

  12. Best video I have seen on this topic! Thank you for providing numerous tips and tricks along with comparisons of different methods & textures. I'm now much less afraid of damaging drywall because I know I can repair it. Thanks!

  13. The canned stuff is $21 and I just needed a small square to texture, was looking on youtube for cheap alternatives and your brush method is soooo perfect. Thank you!!!!

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