Jan 05, 2019 8:16 am
I need some advice, the brackets holding the blinds in place have come out of the ceiling causing the blinds to come crashing down... In order for me to repair it
Do I need to putty the holes and then redrill a hole and fit with longer screws ?
It seems this might have happened before as I see there are already plugs in the holes... I should replace those to right?
Any particular products/putty etc I should be buying at bunnings?
I have attached a couple of photos also.
Thanks in advance..
Re: Brackets for a blinds fell out of Ceiling3
Jan 05, 2019 8:28 am
Definitely should be fixed to a stud or frame.
The spaghetti anchor that was used previously isn't great at the best of times.
You may get away with a hollow wall anchor (search Bunnings) or my preference if you really have to is https://www.bunnings.com.au/mascim-45mm ... k_p2260466
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