The white walls are dull, but I hesitate to even make holes in the pushpins. I found an item at the 100-yen shop Daiso that would be a talisman for people living in such rental rooms.
Its name is "Wall Filling Putty". A repair material that fills gaps such as small holes and cracks in the wall.
I knew that such items existed in the world, but I don't think they can be obtained at 100-yen shops. I was worried about the usability, so I decided to give it a try.
The content is 20g (0.71oz). At the beginning of use, remove the inner lid and peel off the film on the tube.
Attach the inner lid again and you are ready to go. When you press the tube, a white repair agent will come out. Be careful not to push it too hard.
When you press this into the hole you made with a thumbtack ...
The hole has disappeared. I don't even know where it was.
There is a possibility that it was a beginner's luck that was painted well by chance, so I also put it in the hole next to it.
It disappeared without any pain. It's too reliable.
I think it goes well with the wallpaper I tried (white and rough texture), but I'm very satisfied with the finish beyond my imagination. The thumbtack hole has a large coating, but I didn't find it particularly difficult to work with.
An item that makes you feel very bullish on the walls of your rental room with just one item. Why don't you feel free to stab a thumbtack or pin and enjoy the decoration of the wall more?