I used to work in a public library. Needless to say, their books saw a lot of use and often needed repairs to keep them in circulation. I saw a lot of book repairs being made that I was not comfortable with and became interested in learning how to fix broken books using the best and easiest methods I could find.
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Assuming there are no wires and pipes in the way, you now need to use a pointed drywall saw that resembles the spear on a sailfish. Create a square or rectangular hole using this saw. The hole should be at least 3 inches wide and at least 3 inches tall. Cut the loose edges from the drywall paper with a utility knife. Sand the edges where paper was removed with a fine-grit sanding pad. Wipe the sanding dust with a clean cloth.
Use a drywall knife to apply joint compound to the taped seams and over the screws. Allow the first coat to dry, remove ridges with the knife. Apply a second and third coat in the same manner, widening the seam with the 10” knife to create a gradual blending into the wall surface. I can understand why this lens won the purple star. Its great I look forward to visiting the rest of your lenses.