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Wall & Ceiling Textures

Homax® Wall and Ceiling Textures like Popcorn Ceiling Textures and Knockdown Ceiling textures are ideal for use over properly prepared interior surfaces, including gypsum panels, concrete and plaster substrates. Homax Wall and Ceiling Textures are available in a variety of formulations for enhancing aesthetics, performing ceiling repair, and concealing minor surface defects in walls and ceilings to achieve an Invisible Repair®.

Pro Grade® Wall Texture

The Pro Grade® Wall Texture with Dual Control® technology features adjustment of both pattern and pressure, similar to that of a hopper gun.

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How to Remove Ceiling Texture

You don’t need to hire a specialist to repair a textured ceiling. The Homax® Popcorn Ceiling Scraper provides a fast and easy way to scrape away unwanted texture and the Homax® Aerosol Ceiling Texture is a fast and easy way to match your existing texture.

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How to Patch Orange Peel Wall Texture

If damage appears to a wall, the typical spackle and sand repair approach will leave a smooth area amid the textured surface. Painting over the area doesn’t conceal the difference in wall surfaces. You’ll need to get it back to its original state and we'll show you how.

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3 Types of Drywall Textures

Wall textures are commonly used to finish interior wall surfaces and hide taped drywall seams along with other imperfections. At the same time these textures transform flat walls into a finish that reflects light and adds interest to any room.  With a variety of formulas and textures to choose from, it is easy to add interest to the walls in your home.

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How To Repair Drywall

Whether the hole was caused by a doorknob or the corner of a desk during a move, repairing a hole in drywall is a straightforward and simple process that only takes a few steps using a Homax® Wall Patch.

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Patch Knockdown Wall Texture

The rustic flattened textures called "Knockdown" exudes a causal elegance and lends itself to a wide range of furnishings, décor themes and architectures. Learn how to spray a splatter texture and flatten or "knock down" the splatter, leaving a random pattern to your liking.

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