Have you seen some cracks in the walls of your home?
Don’t know how to repair them?
Repair cracks in the walls of your house is a simple task that you can do yourself if you follow these simple tricks.
Prepare the Area
The first thing you should do is prepare the area to be repaired. This means cleaning the entire area to remove any dirt or dust that may be present. After cleaning the area, lightly sand it. This will help the surface is smooth and prepared for repair. Using a Repair Putty, once you’ve cleaned and sanded the surface, it’s time to use the repair putty. There are different types of repair putty, so be sure to choose the one that works best for you. Suit the surface you wish to repair.
Most repair putties have detailed instructions on how to use them, so follow these instructions to the letter.
Once you’ve applied the repair putty, let it dry. This may take between one and four hours, depending on the type of repair putty you used. After the putty is completely dry, sand the surface to remove any rest of the putty.
1- Using Paint for Tapping
Once the surface is completely smooth, it’s time to use tapping paint. Is it’s a great way to cover the crack and make sure it doesn’t show. Paint for tapping comes in many colors, so choose the one that best matches the rest of the wall. Apply a light coat of paint then buff it with fine sandpaper to remove any
rest of paint.
2- Use Wallpaper to hide the crack
Another great way to repair cracks in the walls of your house is to use wallpaper, more easy but not the most recommended by us. The wallpaper is a great way to cover the crack so it doesn’t show through. just apply the required amount of wallpaper on the affected area and then sand to remove any rest.
Another great way to repair cracks in the walls of your house is caulking.
After use one coat of paint sealant and one coat of exterior or interior paint, depending on where the crack is on the exterior or interior of the house.
This will help seal the affected area so it cannot be seen. The paint sealant
It comes in different shapes and colors, so choose the one that best suits your needs.
Apply the required amount of paint sealant, then sand the surface to
remove any remains.