Consider putting the finished photo first, however this is not a requirement. But if you want to get rid of the whole thing for some reason, this is a good way to go. I screwed the curtain holder back and everything was back to how it was! And I learned how to patch a large drywall hole to boot. Non-imgur links will be considered on a case by case basis. The first move is to to access the anchor, and then proceed with a method best suited to the particular type of fastener.
SnapToggles are the way to go, best-bang-for-the-buck. I'm wondering if there is some good way to pull the anchor out, fill the hole with glue or something and then start over on the same spot. The screw holes were ~0. Wet sanding has its fans. Before you replace your loose anchors with stronger ones, it's good to estimate the amount of weight they need to support. Hi Karen, I just discovered your blog, and I love it! Thanks so much for explaining how to use these anchors. Just keep turning until you can feel some good resistance.
Using drywall anchors is as simple as drilling a pilot hole, then pressing, screwing, or tapping the anchor into place. I forget what the stuff is called. Very small holes in drywall. Then you have a really strong surface to mount your towel racks on with ordinary wood screws. Just watched a video about the setting tool.
Turn the counter-clockwise to back the drywall anchor out. Thanks for checking us out man, hope all is well! If it's large enough that simply mudding over it doesn't fix it, but too small for a real patch, I think it's never going to have strength. Judge yourself how much you need for it to expand to the surface of the hole you're fixing. I must say, however, that for most things you hang up, those colored plastic drywall anchors are fine, and hollow wall anchors would be overkill. Well suck it, dear drywall where-my-toilet-paper-holder-is-mounted.
It cuts with a boxcutter. My go-to wall hanger are these link below that I get from Home Depot. Which is actually incredibly scary. Just whack it in there. In fact, he has no garage, so he rents a shop to go and work on his projects, think about advertising or just sit there. The inevitable flipping and striking has loosened the drywall. But I'm trying to avoid cutting it out if at all possible.
If you are drilling a pilot hole for a drywall anchor, the drill bit should be the same width as whatever is going in the hole. Then, use a screw driver or something and just push it though. You progressively enlarge the holes, using anchor after anchor, then it gets loose again. Drywall is one of the least expensive wall coverings and is easy to install and repair. One thing I did to help hold the board in place was to screw 2 screws on the wood along the bottom edge of the hole, so the screws would rest on the drywall, stabilizing it while I screwed through the drywall to the board. But you just buy a bigger anchor. Projects without adequate detail will be removed.
Can I use it the same way for my walls, which are plaster? Drywall by no means is an exciting topic to write about but you make it look easy and kept it entertaining. The problem is depending on the size of the hole you cut out, angling in the wood blocking makes the size of it limiting small. Now you get your screwdriver and start screwing the screw in. Keep in mind though that if you patch these holes with compound, they still won't be as strong as regular drywall, so you won't be able to put the same size anchor back in and expect it to hold. Take the Hollow Wall Anchor out of the package and hammer it straight into the wall. Thanks for getting me on the right track. The suggestion of going all the way to the next stud over instead of adhering the piece as in the illustration is what allows for adding a 2x4 for additional screw surface.
Right now folks are sleepin. You take a trip to the home center to find some new type of magic anchor that will actually hold something on the wall. The paper is an important component. This is why I suggested toggle bolts - it's effectively the same result, so long as you use a large enough toggle bolt. I cut you out, and put a board behind you. Also, I use neodymium magnets to locate studs which is awesome. Be sure than the Plaster is not level with the surface for this first fill.
With a utility knife, cut through just the paper along this line. Simply note the width of the anchor to determine what size drill bit you need. I had another screw handy to re-insert to the middle when the board was situated. I guess it was more dense and grabby than wood filler. .
Many drywall repairs are higher than the walls around them. Really appreciate you taking the time to educate us on this. The easy repair is to replace it with a larger conical anchor, but that anchor will probably also pull out in time. So you do not have to buy two sheets bundled. I am providing a picture of one that is similar, but I could not find a pic of the exact one that is 2x4 sized. These are my preferred solution to this problem - better than toggle bolts as you can remove the bolt without losing the wings in the wall, as well as they do a better job of securing to a wall that has light damage. I am going to use this technique and am wondering if the 1×4 will be strong enough to hold the wire shelving bracket and the weight of the clothes that will hang on the wire shelving.