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U-Can Ready mixed Plasterboard repair kit, 0.4kg Tub
- Comes with Includes filler & application tools
- Kit for repairing damaged plasterboard
- Ready mixed
|Drying time||2 h|
|Application method||Applicator provided|
Done the job nicely
TrevUK - 3 months ago
Used this to fill in hole where cooker socket had been. We packed the hole with polystyrene and applies the mesh over the top and covered with the filler. It made a good job for filling/covering the hole.
We did not need to finish off by sanding as the wall was being tiled. But found the repair kit easy to use.
yipes - 2 years ago
I used this today and i am disappointed. the patch had no stickiness. i warmed it with a hairdryer but that didn't work. In the end i had to put the ready mixed plaster on the ceiling and then add the patch. the plaster was drying out in corner of the tub, so i had to pick out the hard bits. In theory it's a good idea, but if the patch doesn't stick, you might just as well use scrim.
Easy to use
LH29 - 2 years ago
Needed this to patch a hole in a ceiling after moving a light. As a complete amateur this was so easy to use, the filler is easy to use and spreads well. Great piece of kit.
good quick fix
Cauli7 - 3 years ago
I bought 2 of these for 2 deep holes in plaster board about 6cm wide. Easy to use but the amount of plaster in the tub is not needed. I used patch from each pack but only the plaster from one tub and still a lot left in it. Works well to cover. The areas I fixed are still slightly noticeable as the patched area is now slightly raised out from wall. Nobody else seems to notice them unless I point them out and they look from various angles. Would use again but perhaps not in a very noticeable bright area.
All in one
Anonymous - 3 years ago
I bought this a few days ago and it definitely put me at ease after throwing a glass at my wall and thought I had to call the plasterers.
It was my first time plastering if at all, and the instructions were easy to follow. However, through watching online tutorials and such, it is a shame that the piece of metal centered on the mesh didn't have holes in them, otherwise it would've been more adhesive when applying the mud. To overcome this limitation, I applied the mud into the dent in my wall and then stuck the mesh on.