Duck Brand 282084 Self-Adhesive Drywall Repair Fabric, 6-Inch by 25 Feet, Single Roll , White

Regular price $32.99

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SKU: E-27266

Category: Drywall, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • 100 percent fiberglass mesh
  • No need to pre-apply a joint compound
  • Self-adhesive and repositionable - great for difficult jobs
  • Quickly repair holes and cracks in drywall
  • Single 25 ft. roll

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
ManufacturerShurtape Technologies
Part Number1026669
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions2.88 x 2.88 x 6.13 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model number282084
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Size1 Pack
Material100% fiberglass mesh
Thickness0.2 Millimeters
Item Package Quantity1
Included ComponentsDrywall Repair Fabric
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Domestic ShippingItem can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableOctober 7, 2010
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 18, 2023
found this easy to use, coverage was good
Reviewed on June 14, 2023
Honestly, I did not have much hope when buying this product. My home is historic and the walls have unique ridges, I wasn’t expecting it to work or blend well but was willing to give it a shot. I was pleasantly shocked, I was able to fix the hole and make it look unnoticeable even with my unique walls.
Reviewed on January 09, 2023
I'm very pleased with this drywall tape. It has much better adhesion than a "no name" brand I tried. This sticks well, but can still be pulled off easily if it needs to be repositioned. I used it to tape the seams of a repair job, and it worked very well. It's thin enough that it's not a chore to hide it under the joint compound, but still thick enough to provide a good backing to avoid cracks. It's wider than I needed for the seams, but was easy to cut in half. Very good value for the price.
Reviewed on August 17, 2017
I had about 1.5 sq ft of drywall to repair in a closet opposite where a water heater had leaked. That cost me around $1500 including installation by a licensed plumber as required by the city, along with various fees. That was all taken care of but I didn't notice *this* until moving some shelving. No mold, thankfully, but it's always something. In this town it's been hard to find a good handyman I can even trust to finish the jobs properly. Anyway, the area had sustained water damage and was a little crumbly...not in good shape at all. I was afraid it would fall apart and leave a gaping hole you could crawl through. An estimate from a professional dry-waller was $250 and contingent upon me moving everything out of the entire closet. Yeah no, that wasn't gonna happen. I decided to give this fiberglass repair tape a try. Not my area of expertise, but what could go wrong? The fiberglass fabric resembles light colored window screening with one slightly sticky side. The instructions say to cut repair pieces somewhat larger than problem area and apply with joint compound. Apparently even a gaping hole can be fixed using cardboard backing, I was prepared for disaster. I first spread a thin coat of joint compound then applied the tape, overlapping a bit. You don't need to use the compound first but I wanted to avoid pushing on any part of it until it had set. When that dried the structure already felt stronger, so I proceeded to cover all with a thicker coat of compound, feathering any blunt edges. Like most things it works better with thin, light coats. I like this compound. Smooth like butter, it's easy to work with and the last coat I actually tried to be as smooth as possible so less sanding involved. The instructions say you can also use a wet hand to smooth, which was a lot more fun than sanding. A day later and it *felt* like new drywall, anyway. I can't say it would pass on a wall I had to look at constantly, but problem gone, $11. total spent, and enough leftover for life probably. It's good to know that these kinds of repairs are not only possible but easy. Today it's the back of a closet, tomorrow it will be something else. Stay tuned.
Reviewed on January 22, 2023
I have patched a couple of ceiling holes 3+" across with this product. With obnly the pressure of the putty knife spreading drywall compound over the mesh, it bows inward and seems to stretch The repairs were not very satisfacory but fortunately, are hidden by new flush mounted LED strip fixtures. i also used it on some 5/8 sixe hles and it seemed OK for the most part. You will definitely need mltiple coats as the compound runs throught the mesh easily. Adherence was OKat least but I wonder if the tenting of the mesh was due to unappreciated sliding of the mesh. Overall, I think this stuff is pretty frustrating to use on holes of any size. I could just as easily spackled over the small holes with the same effort.
Reviewed on November 20, 2022
This worked for what I needed it for. No problems
Reviewed on November 14, 2022
Perfect for larger holes in dorm walls before spackling