Repairing a Drywall Nail Pop Nails in drywall can work loose over time, resulting an unsightly bulge or “pop” in a wall or ceiling. Watch this video to find out how to repair a drywall nail that has popped in your home.
Over time, drywall nails will loosen, pushing the head outward causing a bubble or blister known as a “nail pop.” Popped nails don’t diminish a wall’s strength -- they just don’t look that great. Here are 5 simple steps to fix a nail pop for your next DIY project. | Pulte Homes
-->NAIL POPS<-- Better home builders are insisting that installers screw drywall to prevent complaints. Drywall screws have gained that legendary status enjoyed by products such as construction adhesive, WD-40 and duct-tape. No home repair kit is complete without them. Since your reason to repair the nail-pops now is to prepare for a paint job, the most humbling exercise you can do in drywall paint preparation is to take a strong light (sideways) and check for finish flaws