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Curtains and blinds are often attached to the ceiling with plastic anchors. This Instructable provides a technique for removing and patching the resulting hole on stipple ceilings.
Equipment List: Rotary Tool with rounded grinding attachment Crack filler Plastic bottle (cut in half) Latex glove (or similar)
Cover anchor with half bottle and then use rotary tool to grind out the plastic.
Use rotary tool to remove any remaining plastic and smooth out edges in the resulting hole.
Use a damp cloth to remove any drywall dust or plastic bits.
Squeeze crack filler into ceiling hole. Cover completely, slightly overfilling the hole.
Dab the filled crack to approximate the ceiling stipple and completely cover the hole.
Allow crack filler to dry and then paint if necessary.
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