IKEA has introduced a panel that allows you to fix drywall panels that break in a hurry.
The panel has been in development for some time now, but it’s finally here, and it’s an interesting solution for those who are concerned about their drywall.
IKEa says the panel works by using a pressure sensor to detect when the panel is being opened, and then automatically shuts down the panel automatically after the panel has received the proper amount of pressure.
When the panel does get open, the panel shuts down automatically to conserve energy.
The idea behind the panel was inspired by the “air gap” between drywall and wall panels.
In a vacuum, air is pushed into a wall to seal it, but that vacuum can create a gap between dry and wall parts.
This gap is caused by moisture and bacteria, and can lead to cracks in the drywall, which is why it’s recommended that drywall joints should be sealed at least 1/2″ above the joint.
It’s a clever solution, but a little disappointing because it requires a lot of effort to get the panel to work.
It takes some getting used to.
For starters, you have to open the panel with your fingers, but after a few tries you can do it.
Then, when you press the panel down, it opens automatically.
Theres a nice circular button on the panel that you can push to close it.
When you first pull the panel out, the button is small and a little hard to press.
The button is there because you can’t open it without using your fingers.
Once you pull the panels apart, the buttons are smaller and more user-friendly.
I’m not sure why they did this, but they have made the buttons so small that they have to be pressed with your index finger.
I really hope IKEas new panel works well enough that they decide to sell it as an optional accessory, but I don’t think that’s likely to happen anytime soon.
The panel will cost you about $25, which you can buy separately.
If you want to see if you can fix your drywall with a panel, check out our video on how to open a drywork panel.