Should I remove wall plugs before filling?
Old wallplugs need removing so the hole can be filled and made good. Use a tube of filler to repair small holes and use a powder or ready mixed filler for large holes or cracks. When the filler has gone hard, sand down using a block of wood and some sand paper.
How do I fill holes in my wall?
Tiny nail and screw holes are the easiest to fix. Use a putty knife to fill them with spackling or wall joint compound. Allow the area to dry, then sand lightly. Anything larger must be covered with a bridging material for strength before patching compound can be applied.
Can you drill out Rawl plugs?
In a brick wall you could drill them out. Find a bit that is about the same size as the hole in the anchor, then carefully drill it out. I will just take a pair of needle nose pliers, jam it into the wall so one needle goes directly into the drywall and the other goes into the hole of the wall plug.
Can you remove and reuse wall plugs?
2 Answers from MyBuilder Handymen As long as the wall plugs are solid in the wall you can re-use them no problem.
How do you cover old wall anchors?
Once the anchor is sunk, you can patch the hole over the anchor with crack filler or drywall compound, wait for it to dry and then sand it flush. Paint over it with your new paint (or a bit of the old paint if you are not changing colours) and your unsightly wall anchor have been hidden, its that easy.