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I made a small mistake. Way back in the day when I put up curtains in the living room I used the small dry wall anchors provided with the small screws. That was a horrible mistake. I upgraded to larger screws and anchors. That helped. Then I upgraded to the things that spread out in the wall and that almost did the job and was sufficient in other places in the house. Now I have upgraded to the large self drilling dry wall anchors. The problem was I used a screw too big and had to pull it out which left a hole bigger than I'd like and the screw there has very little to grab on to. The rest of the job came out fine. I just want it to look ok and have the screw not sag. I don't think I need it to really support the curtain.So....not sure what to do. Not sure spakle will really hold a screw to the wall. Searching internet
Sheet rock I think. I was considering going with joint compound and then just using another drywall anchor. I feel like i just need it to fit
I think I'm on week 3 or 4.
QuoteI think I'm on week 3 or 4.This plus not having any real tools to do it, why didn't you just hire someone? Not worth 3-4 weeks minimum of my life especially without the correct tools.