by Lee Wyatt
(last updated February 16, 2015)
Cracks are a sad fact of life when dealing with plaster walls. Luckily repairing cracked plaster isn't all that difficult of a task to accomplish. While you could always hire a professional to do the job for you, why waste the money when you could do the job yourself? Repairing cracked plaster isn't all that difficult, though you do need to be careful that you follow the proper steps. Do not hurry too quickly when doing this procedure, or you can end up creating a bigger problem than what you started with.
A brief word before you begin your repair work. The method of repair listed here is designed to work for small to medium sized cracks. Anything larger than this (usually something that is about two finger widths in size) will need different repair work than is stated here.
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