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Homax 14 oz. Pro Grade Popcorn Ceiling Texture
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Homax

14 oz. Pro Grade Popcorn Ceiling Texture

$18.97 /each
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Price Valid : 01/14/2017 - 02/27/2017
Receive 15% off when you buy 4 or more of this item. Discount reflected in cart.

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Homax Pro Grade Popcorn Ceiling Texture delivers an invisible repair by replicating polystyrene, perlite or other aggregate type ceiling textures. Ideal for patching, this professional texture tool makes popcorn repairs fast and easy, providing a portable and convenient alternative to a hopper gun. The controlled application and vertical actuator provides a controlled build and an improved blend.

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  • Matches commercial popcorn textures
  • Provides an invisible repair with professional results
  • Ergonomic grip and vertical actuator
  • Covers up to 8 sq. ft.
  • Pro grade formula provides a controlled build and improved blend

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How many cans of 14 oz Pro Grade Popcorn Ceiling Texture do I need to cover a 4 foot by 3 foot ceiling patch?

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August 5, 2014
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houston, texas
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November 10, 2015
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3 cans
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August 7, 2015
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Each can is listed as eight square feet coverage. You would need two cans and have some left for a smaller repair.
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Florida
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June 15, 2015
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A million. You'll be scraping each one off and trying again. According to the can you need 2. Don't believe it.
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April 23, 2015
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none save your money this stuff did not work for me. Get the dry mix up kind and then paint it on with a paint brush. It will blend better, look better and not make a mess.
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Ohio
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March 5, 2015
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Two 2
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philly
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December 9, 2014
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i'd buy 3 or 4. Allow half to 'get your feel for it' and the next 1 and a half to do the spot. then the next 1 or 2 to do a 2nd coat the next day. after it dries you can easier tell where the blank spots are and it really filled it out!
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November 16, 2014
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More than advertised. Based on my experience you'll need at least four. Buy more than that and take them back if not needed. Since this is rather expensive, you might look at the other texture options they sell in larger buckets.
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Grand Prairie, TX
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October 28, 2014
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2
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September 19, 2014
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One 14 oz. can will cover 8 square feet. You will need at least two cans to cover an area of 12 square feet. I just repaired 3 sf in my master bath on 9/19. I had to patch a hole in the ceiling to run a new electrical circuit to heater and lights. Hiring an electrician and a drywall installer would have cost considerably more. The product worked great. Very good instructions on product application on the Read More
One 14 oz. can will cover 8 square feet. You will need at least two cans to cover an area of 12 square feet. I just repaired 3 sf in my master bath on 9/19. I had to patch a hole in the ceiling to run a new electrical circuit to heater and lights. Hiring an electrician and a drywall installer would have cost considerably more. The product worked great. Very good instructions on product application on the can. I was originally considering buying a Wagner texture gun for $99 or a hopper gun for $65 until I stumbled on this product on Home Depot's web site. For less than $20 you can't go wrong. The repair blended right in with the original popcorn application. I did have to paint the whole ceiling. Read Less
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August 5, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry. 4x3=12 sq ft. 1 can does 8 sq feet so you will need about 2 cans.
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14 oz. Pro Grade Popcorn Ceiling Texture is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 88.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wow. I always read reviews before buying products, but not this one. Wish I had - this stuff is... Wow. I always read reviews before buying products, but not this one. Wish I had - this stuff is soooo bad. Comes out of the can NOTHING like the demo videos - there it shoots out "ok"; they say spray 20-30" from ceiling, except it only shoots sticky globs about 12" from the can. Any farther and you're just making a splattery fountain that lands on the floor. What does stick to the ceiling looks absolutely nothing like 'popcorn', just huge sticky splats of white foam. Essentially the texture of whipped cream mixed with expanding foam. Shook can for 2+ minutes, 70 degree temperature so it's not like it's too cold or not mixed. "Delivers an Invisible Repair (tm)" - maybe to a blind person. Don't have an image because it was comically bad and I scraped it off already before it dried.
Date published: 2016-11-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NO Professional Results, horrible customer service Had a huge problem trying to patch a ceiling after attempting to use this product. Called the customer service number on the can only to talk to someone who had no idea about the product. She told me someone would call me back and that never happened. After this product failed miserably I was ultimately forced to Simply replace the entire ceiling. This $15 product cost me a day's work and about a $250 loss on the ceiling part of the job. I will never use this product again and I recommend you look elsewhere for a solution to a popcorn ceiling. I personally believe this can sat on the store shelf for too long however no one was qualified enough to answer that question for me the product came out of the can in large clumps and was so non-uniform it was pathetic. a popcorn ceiling isn't supposed to look like #57 stone on a ceiling!
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from What a mess! I shook the can as directed and sprayed up to the ceiling. All that came out was a clogged foamy mess. It sprayed in different directions in big clumps and dripped down to the floor. There must be something I'm missing with the sweeping movement, but even then the aerosol wasn't strong enough for the product to hit the ceiling.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Popcorn texture This is one of the worst products I've ever used its mostly drywall mud almost no texture it makes more of a mess than you get on the ceiling I even tried spraying it in a pan and putting it on with a knife don't buy it too much money and doesn't work at all I wouldn't even give it 1 star but I had to put something
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from pro grade popcorn This popcorn sprayer did not put out popcorn, it put out a splatter did not match at all. So I had to scrape it back down and redo it with other product.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Over price not even close to popcorn look. This does not look anything like the popcorn spray.. Sprays like silly string spray.. Very messy and cheap looking. I will never use this product again.
Date published: 2016-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible product Comes out in huge globs, not enough air pressure in can to get the particles up to the ceiling even after several minutes of shaking.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from More like shaving cream than popcorn... I used a knock down version of this previously that worked OK. This was a $15 mess... If you choose to try this, use a drop cloth...
Date published: 2016-12-13
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