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    Default hole in the wall

    I had a power strip that I attached to my plaster wall with double sided tape, which I now really regret, because when I went to take it off, it took a big chunk of the wall with it, revealing the cement beneath. I tried to shore it up with spackle, but the wall is still uneven. Worse still, this is a rental, and I want to try and fix it before my lease is up so I don't have the land lord charge me a lot of money for something I could fix myself. Are there any ideas to fix this wall? Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by jcepler1; 05-27-2008 at 11:07 AM. Reason: misspelled word

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    Plaster repair does not have to be difficult. I would suggest using adhesives to stablize the plaster onto the cement then in-fill with a bagged structo-lite plaster. http://www.pbs.org/thisoldhouse/home/

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