Need to quickly fill a small crack or a hole in a white plaster wall?
No need to go to Leroy Merlin to buy coating or resin!
Fortunately, a painter friend gave me a very practical tip to easily repair a crack or a hole.
The effective trick to sealing a crack is to make a plaster with bicarbonate and white glue. Look :
What you need
– baking soda
– white glue
– 1 spatula
– 1 container
How to do
1. Pour a dose of baking soda into the container.
2. Add two doses of white glue.
3. Mix with a spoon.
4. Take a little of the mixture with the spatula.
5. Apply it to the crack.
6. Smooth the surface well with the spatula.
7. Let dry completely.
And there you have it, you have filled the crack on the interior wall 🙂
Simple, fast and efficient, isn’t it?
Filling cracks has never been easier!
Now you can paint your wall or hang the wallpaper without any problem.
And it also works to fill a small hole in a plaster wall or pin holes.
Handy for hiding a hole!
Why does it work?
The mixture of glue and baking soda forms a thick and flexible paste that perfectly fills the crack.
As it dries, it becomes solid and hides the crack.
As it is a mixture of white color, it is perfect for easily repairing a hole in a wall.
Have you tried this economical trick to patch a crack? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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How to Use Toothpaste to Fill Holes in a White Wall.
The Remarkable Tip For Making Holes In The Right Place (Without Measuring).