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I recently had my bathroom done and a new light fitting was added. I have a hole left around it where the new light fitting is smaller than the previous one. How do I fill this in please?

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    Clarification - that's just the pull switch isn't it? It's not a translucent cover with a light inside? – brhans May 1 at 13:58
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You call the person who did it, and say "fix it". It would have been an easier job if they moved the switch four inches inwards, and then patched in a section of crown molding.

If it has to stay there - just get a load of mud (that's the American term), and smear it into the gap. It'll look ugly, but better than the big holes you have.

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    Problem is, once that fixture quits (hopefully in a few years if it is a decent LED, but electronics just sometimes die unexpectedly) mud or caulk or any other filler will be a pain to remove, clean up, repatch.... Far better to get it moved now. – manassehkatz-Moving 2 Codidact May 1 at 13:51

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