Approaching a repair to a large plaster hole
https://minus.com/m1h9d8wgc/https://minus.com/m1h9d8wgc/I am a complete newbie when it comes to home repair issues such as this. Unfortunately, I'm the one responsible for the repair.
How do I approach repairing this wall? Are there any issues that are readily apparent that might make the repair more painful than I'm expecting?
Thank you in advance.
Image of the damage: https://minus.com/m1h9d8wgc/
Start with removing any loose plaster around the hole---spray the wood lath with a little water---apply a coat of 20 minute easy sand--(powdered bag mix)
Build us the hollow with more coats of easy sand--
Finish with Multi Purpose (green lid) --lightly scuff sand the paint first to give the mud a better place to grab.
Regular (brown bag) DuraBond 90 is the best for plaster repair. It dries as hard as plaster. You'll likely have to find a drywall supply to get it though. Not many places carry it any more since the EasySand came out....
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