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Hi, I'm new to the forums and needed some advice regarding a slightly damaged wall. I have a horizontal towel hanger glued to the wall at two points, i.e. each end of the bar has a mount. In some random act of misfortune, I put too much pressure on on end of the bar and the right mount ripped off the wall about halfway and took a chuck of paint with it. Now it is currently hanging by the remaining intact paint. My question is how do I go about fixing this if I already have the required paint?

I'm guessing that plastering over top of the damaged area and waiting for everything to reattach and the paint would leave the area too vulnerable and weak since now plaster is holding it. Should I completely remove the right mount (i don't know if thats possible without ripping the left mount off too) plaster and then paint and re-glue? Or is there some other type of plaster-like product that can be used in this situation?

Thanks in advance,
Mike
 
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