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Accessibility Homepage Skip navigation Sitemap. Link your garden Ensuring hedgehogs can pass freely through your garden is the most important thing you can do to help them Why do hedgehogs need holes in fences? Remove a brick from the bottom of the wall Cut a small hole in your fence if there are no gaps Dig a channel underneath your wall, fence or gate N. Ensure you are careful with tools and get the help of an adult If you are feeling particularly ambitious then the ideal option would be to swap your walls and fences for hedges.
How do I hang up art and photos without putting holes in the walls?
Label your Hedgehog Highway with this cool sign These snazzy labels are lazer cut from recyled plastic and can be pinned above your hedgehog hole to ensure it is not blocked by anyone accidentally. Apply paint to your paintbrush and spread the paint over the area, making sure all white areas are covered. Replace the lid on the can and clean the paintbrush. Allow the area to dry for hours. You have just restored you once incomplete wall. Most people who walk by the area will never notice the difference.
Reply 7 months ago. Hold the phone central! There's not much sense to make the repair any bigger than it already is. Instead of putting a 6X6 patch over a 3X5 hole how about filling the hole with a scrap piece of drywall.
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Or newspaper or even an old sock. As long as the depth of the fill is around! By putting on a 6X6 patch you have the thickness of the patch plus the thickness of the putty that creates a hump! Finish the job using the instructions.
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Reply 3 years ago. Now my sanding surface is only 4X6.
Step 2: Prepare the Hole
Less time, less putty, less cost. If you want it to look that bad, just find a rubber-plastic ball and stick in it Yes I am a expert plaster-drywall dude. Reply 7 years ago on Step 6. Agreed, this person does not know what they are doing, this is weak and will damage easily again. Looking at the first pics its looks as if someone sort of did t properly before Reply 7 years ago on Introduction.
I’m Scared to Put a Hole in My Wall
Add Teacher Note. Pictures, I can hang, but a heavy sign? The potential for actual damage is high.
The thought gives me anxiety. Of what? I used to have a hot-headed friend who routinely punched walls. I once saw him put his entire fist through one.
I could never imagine purposefully creating a need for that much spackle.