Model # 8560-30

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Store SKU #711490

Homax 13 lb. Dry Mix Popcorn Ceiling Texture
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Homax

13 lb. Dry Mix Popcorn Ceiling Texture

$1426 /each

Product Overview

Homax Popcorn Ceiling Texture is a non-asbestos spray-on ceiling texture that is easy to mix and safe to apply. Just add water to mix. Decorates, while concealing minor surface cracks and imperfections. One 13 lb. box covers up to 250 sq. ft. This texture is ideal for spray-on application with texture guns (sold separately).
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Product Overview

Homax Popcorn Ceiling Texture is a non-asbestos spray-on ceiling texture that is easy to mix and safe to apply. Just add water to mix. Decorates, while concealing minor surface cracks and imperfections. One 13 lb. box covers up to 250 sq. ft. This texture is ideal for spray-on application with texture guns (sold separately).
  • Dry popcorn texture mix for use on ceilings
  • Ideal for repairs, remodels, new construction and DIY projects
  • Just add water to mix and apply using a hopper (sold separately)
  • Sandable and paintable
  • Light application covers up
  • Light application covers up to 250 sq. ft. per box Heavy application covers up to 150 sq. ft. per box
  • Ideal of indoor use

Product Overview

Model #: 8560-30
Sku #: 711490
Internet #: 202562892

Homax Popcorn Ceiling Texture is a non-asbestos spray-on ceiling texture that is easy to mix and safe to apply. Just add water to mix. Decorates, while concealing minor surface cracks and imperfections. One 13 lb. box covers up to 250 sq. ft. This texture is ideal for spray-on application with texture guns (sold separately).

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  • Dry popcorn texture mix for use on ceilings
  • Ideal for repairs, remodels, new construction and DIY projects
  • Just add water to mix and apply using a hopper (sold separately)
  • Sandable and paintable
  • Light application covers up
  • Light application covers up to 250 sq. ft. per box Heavy application covers up to 150 sq. ft. per box
  • Ideal of indoor use

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11
Product Height (in.)
9
Product Size (oz.)
208
Product Width (in.)
5.63 in

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Pack Size
1
Paint Product Type
Plaster, Stucco and Textured Surface Repair
Patching & Repair Product Type
Spackling Paste
Product Weight (lb.)
13lb
Returnable
90-Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11
Product Height (in.)
9
Product Size (oz.)
208
Product Width (in.)
5.63 in

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Pack Size
1
Paint Product Type
Plaster, Stucco and Textured Surface Repair
Patching & Repair Product Type
Spackling Paste
Product Weight (lb.)
13lb
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

what kind of white color will it be after drying?

i will be using wagner powertex together with the above product. How much water should i add into popcorn ceiling texture? what kind of white color will it be after drying? if i don't apply any primer or paint after, would it still look good?
Asked by: jess
gray white but u can mix paint with it before you spray,to change the tone
Answered by: vin
Date published: 2017-08-10

How long does it take to completely dry and ready to paint?

Asked by: dave
24 hrs will do
Answered by: vin
Date published: 2016-11-15

There is different sizes of the popcorn. I am loing for the small size. Is this the small, or medium.

Asked by: Herrinfgbone
The Dry Mix Popcorn Ceiling Texture will match the original popcorn texture size, which is usually the larger size of texture.
Answered by: Homax Customer Care
Date published: 2017-08-13

If I am repainting a ceiling that already has popcorn paint do I need to remove the old paint first? If so how?

Asked by: McNeil
no if it was painted already it covers easily,with new paint.
Answered by: vin
Date published: 2016-11-15
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Customer Reviews

13 lb. Dry Mix Popcorn Ceiling Texture is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from used this in my Wagner texture sprayer to repair textured ceiling did an excellent job. repair is... used this in my Wagner texture sprayer to repair textured ceiling did an excellent job. repair is virtually unoticable.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I’m completely satisfied with this product. It was wasn’t to... I’m completely satisfied with this product. It was wasn’t to mix and apply.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good product. Excellent results ... Very good product. Excellent results
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use. ... Easy to use.
Date published: 2017-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I could have used more instruction on use This was my first time applying popcorn ceiling texture, and the directions on the box didn't give much help as too the best ratio to mix. I had to Youtube a couple videos to understand what I was doing. I mixed with a ratio of 50/50 paint to water to make the dry texture very soupy so it would go through the hopper with ease. I first mixed it too thick where it would slowly run off the trowel. That would not go through the hopper, so I had to add more water. I used two coats to get enough texture. This stuff is REALLY messy! put plastic everywhere and make sure you are wearing safety goggles and don't open your mouth while spraying!
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First time was a charm! Looked all over the web for a video explaining how to do a popcorn ceiling! No good input. I went to Home Depot and explained that I had in hand, an Electric, Wagner Power Tex Texture Sprayer. And I was looking for the correct product. I was told to use this product as directed on the box. I did exactly as instructed and the ceiling looked awesome! My recommendation is a lot of light! A whole lot of protective masking plastic! Walls and floors! Wear goggles! And, I used an automotive painter's suit. You want to wear that.... You will be making a big mess! Have fun! The results were awesome and almost professional. One more note. Figure out your square footing for proper coverage. The mixture has to cover the ceiling evenly to look right. You are not gonna want to chase after more product once you are into the job. You can do this! PS. Make sure you have painted the ceiling white, with Kiltz prior to application or the product will have to cover the drywall..... Paint before! Or you'll be painting after!
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Redoing my bathroom and had to patch the ceiling where a wall was. was about 2ft x 3 ft. I origin... Redoing my bathroom and had to patch the ceiling where a wall was. was about 2ft x 3 ft. I originally bought the rool on stuff but then read reviews that the popcorn was too small and did not match the original. I returned it to home depot and bought this mix and it seemed to have positive reviews as far as matching old popcorn which I would describe as coarse. When I opened the box it did have small Styrofoam balls but it looked very small. Anyway I went ahead and mixed a couple of quart buckets of mix and mixed it with water with a drill powered mixer let it sit 15 minutes then mixed and tested it on a sheet of drywall outside. Came out perfect using a harbor freight hopper gun with a air valve attached to open and close the air. Used the middle sized nozzle. After testing went and shot the celling in the bathroom which had a tent of plastic around it to prevent it from getting all over. Worked great and matched the old popcorn perfectly. You should buy a painters head sock and paper suit as it will rain down some of it via ricochet.
Date published: 2017-04-08
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