Wall Restore looks and works very similar to a roll-on deodorant but instead of being filled with antiperspirant, it has some form of spackle paste. To use it, they instruct you to twist at the base so that the spackle pokes out and then rub on the wall over the hole. Next, wipe off excess Wall Restore and let it dry. Finally, give it a sanding and apply paint or stain to match the original surface. They claim Wall Restore repairs are virtually invisible and can be used on almost any surface.
Wall Restore Cost:
$23.98 for (2) 5.5 oz. Wall Restore Patching Systems. This is because in spite of saying that it’s only $10, they charge you $6.99 in fees twice – once for the first Wall Restore and then another time for the supposedly free second one.
Wall Restore comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus those fees ($13.98) and you have to pay to ship it back to them.
Bottom Line: Is Wall Restore a “Solid” Product?
We couldn’t find any specific reviews of Wall Restore but Spark Innovators currently has a squeaky-clean A+ rating from the BBB. We’re pretty sure this product will work as advertised, but we just want to point out a few things.
First, it is considerably more than the $10 price listed in large print; while it may be a bit more convenient than a small can of wall spackle and a knife, remember it’s about twice the cost. Second, even if you return it, they will keep $13.98.
The convenience of having Wall Restore may make sense if you are an art gallery or just like to hang up and take down a lot of pictures on the wall. If you do decide to order, remember:
- Always keep the cap on it so Wall Restore won’t dry out.
- You also need touch up paint
- Don’t confuse it with your antiperspirant!
And let us know your experience with Wall Restore below!