Dowels that hold nothing, part 2

What to do with crumbled plaster and large holes in the wall?

Quite simply: After drilling, apply assembly adhesive (in addition to silicone and acrylic in injection caskets at the hardware store), spray into the hole created and push in the dowel. After about 5 minutes you can then start as usual with the screws.

Incidentally, is also suitable for the complete "stuffing" of dowel holes, as you can also paint over the mounting adhesive. (If you want to work exactly, however, it is recommended not to completely fill the hole and finish the end clean with plaster.)

PS: Since you usually have only a few holes to mend, it is recommended to stick a big nail in the nozzle.

Dowel Making Jig Part 2 | May 2024