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Easy to Use Texture Products for Patching Walls and Ceilings

By: Danny Lipford
Cans of Homax wall and ceiling spray texture.

Homax wall and ceiling spray texture in a can.

Watch this video to find out about the different spray wall and ceiling texture products from Homax that are easy to use and can be adjusted to match different types of texture from orange peel to popcorn ceilings.

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Danny Lipford: Recently we attended the 2014 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, and we found some pretty cool stuff.

Scott Jackson: So what we have here is a full range of products—wall and ceiling products—that are designed for patching a ceiling or patching a wall. A lot of homes have texture that is very difficult to patch. And as you know, once you actually go through and patch that surface, you have a bald spot on your wall or ceiling that doesn’t look like anything else.

So we have a full range, allows you to quickly and easily just adjust pressure and pattern from a very fine texture to a very coarse texture on orange peel, or you could go from very high pressure to a very low pressure.

And it basically allows you to match the surface much easier by giving you a full range of coverage that you could never do with an aerosol before.

The same thing for ceilings. Popcorn patches that were very difficult to do a few years ago, we have a much easier opportunity for you with just a trigger. Pulling the trigger on here, you can just get an easy, quick patch four times faster than what you would normally do with a traditional compound.

And with our wall texture product, it is actually a two-hour job, versus a traditional product that it takes two days to do the job.



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