Gorilla Wall Repair Spackling + Primer

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Product Description

Gorilla High Performance Wall Repair Spackling + Primer is the go-to product for strong, durable repairs on walls, ceilings, cracks and both small and large holes. The lightweight formula is easy to spread, easy to control and doesn't sag, shrink or crack. Gorilla Wall Repair's smooth finish does not require sanding and paints like drywall for a professional looking finished project!

Features & Benefits

  • HEAVY DUTY: Strong & Durable Repairs on Walls, Ceilings and Holes.
  • SPACKLING & PRIMER IN ONE: Paints like Drywall.
  • FAST DRYING: Paintable in 15 Minutes.
  • EASY TO SPREAD and Smooth Finish.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT, No Sag Formula.
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

  • Clean and dry surface of dirt, dust and foreign material. Mix gently before use.
  • Apply with putty knife.
  • Once dry, product can be sanded, if desired.
  • Do not apply when temperatures are below 40° F.
  • PLEASE NOTE: For outdoor use, coat with exterior paint. Not recommended for continuous water submersion.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Dry time assumes hole 1/2 in. diameter by 1/8 in. deep. May vary depending on temperature & humidity.
  • PLEASE NOTE: For larger holes, using a patch or backing is recommended.
  • Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including , which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/.


    Technical Information

    Gorilla Wall Repair Spackling + Primer
    • Application Temperature: Do not apply when temperatures are below 40° F
    • Service Temperature: -20° F to 300° F
    • Paintable: Yes
    • Sandable : Yes
    • Stainable: No
    • Cured Color: White
    • Gap Filling: Yes
    • Indoor: Yes
    • Outdoor: Yes, coat with exterior paint. Not recommended for continuous water submersion.
    • Storage Tips: Press lid on tightly and store in cool, dry location. Store away from children and animals.
    • Country of Origin: United States
    Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

    WRSP Standard sizes


    kit with 8 oz. tub, 4 in. patch, 3 in. knife, sanding block


    UPC = 052427009043

    Single Item (1-3 Items)

    1 - 2 Cases (4-11 Items)

    3 - 4 Cases (12-19 Items)

    5+ Cases (>= 20 Items)


    a 5% discount

    a 6% discount

    a 7% discount





    8 oz. tub


    UPC = 052427009050

    Single Item (1-3 Items)

    1 - 2 Cases (4-11 Items)

    3 - 4 Cases (12-19 Items)

    5+ Cases (>= 20 Items)


    a 10% discount

    a 11% discount

    a 12% discount





    16 oz. tub


    UPC = 052427009067

    Single Item (1-5 Items)

    1 - 2 Cases (6-17 Items)

    3 - 4 Cases (18-29 Items)

    5+ Cases (>= 30 Items)


    a 8% discount

    a 8% discount

    a 9% discount





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