In this video I show you how to patch one of the most common types of drywall damage – the screw pop. These happen when the wooden wall frame in your home dries and shrinks, causing drywall screws to shift. The resulting disturbance of the paint and plaster is usually round in shape and ugly. The video here is one of a series on patching all kinds of drywall flaws before painting. Click here for the full wall patching course I created. You’ll learn the best ways to make walls perfect before painting.
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