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3M Patch Plus Primer Kit with 8 fl. oz Patch Plus Primer, Self-Adhesive Patch
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- It includes an 8 fl oz tub of Patch plus primer
- A 4'' self-adhesive patch is included
- Use the 3'' putty knife to make repair
- Use the 3M sanding pad to smooth the surface after patching
- 3M Wall Repair Kit contains all the tools necessary to make wall repairs easy
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The newest technology in wall repair, 3M Patch plus primer, is a spackling compound and primer in one, which eliminates the need to prime before painting. It creates a quick drying patch. It is ready to paint in 30 minutes and dries hard enough to hold a nail or screw. The repair will be virtually invisible under dried paint, giving you professional-looking results.
*Compared to vinyl spackling that does not contain primer.
Features & Benefits:
- Spackling compound and primer in one — no need to prime
- Makes repairs 3x faster than traditional spackling*
- Professional-looking results
- No flashing (won’t change paint sheen)
- Great hiding power
- No shrinking or cracking
- Ready to paint in 30 minutes
- Firmly holds nails and screws
- Square tub accommodates a 3" putty knife
3M Patch plus primer is ideal for repairing small holes, cracks, and damaged surfaces. Works on drywall, plaster, stucco, and wood. 30 minute dry time is based on 1/2 inch diameter hole by 1/8 inch deep. There is no need to prime
Size: 8 fl oz. 1 tub + Kit
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Problems are, however:
1. There is no how, no way that spackle dries fast enough in 30 minutes to paint like the advertisement says. Takes at least 3 hours, at least.
2. The sandpaper sponge they provide is absolutely worthless. Do yourself a favor and get a real rubber or wooden sanding block and some real sandpaper. You're not going to be sanding anything down with what they provided.
This product looks great and fills holes smoothly. I ended up not using the metal wire sticker and just filled in a 50-cent piece size hole with the putty. This is enough putty to do a bunch of "smaller" areas that need patched.
I had removed a fake electrical socket in my closet and the patch fit that hole perfectly. It contains a more than generous amount of putty, so no worries there. The plastic spreader was not easy to finesse compared to a steel one, but did the job in the end.