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Homax 20 oz. Wall Knockdown Water Based Spray Texture
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Homax

20 oz. Wall Knockdown Water Based Spray Texture

$1348 /each

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Product Overview

The Homax Products 20 oz. Knockdown Aerosol Texture is designed to patch knockdown- or Mediterranean-type drywall textures. Two spray options offer matching of medium- or heavy-texture patterns. Designed for interior use, the water-based, low-odor formula has an off-white color with an flat sheen.

  • Water-based, low-odor formula
  • Sprays multiple patterns
  • Patches knockdown- or Mediterranean-type drywall textures
  • 2 nozzle settings offer matching of medium or heavy texture patterns
  • Flat sheen
  • Click here to see Home Depot's spray paint buying guide
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Customer Questions & Answers

How long does it take to dry enough to paint

Asked by: mbaker
the can instruction said 12, so we just did the night before and was able to paint the next morning
Answered by: daisy123
Date published: 2017-05-09

Is this washable

Is this washable I need it for some windows id a tree house but it also needs to come of later.
Asked by: Anonymous
If the knock down product is the question, it will clean off with water. Although, it will need to be painted when applied and finished on your desired surface. If the application is for a temporary purpose, use a broad blade knife to scrape it from the wall. Be careful not to gouge the underlying surface.
Answered by: Trebor
Date published: 2015-11-11

Is this made to be applied to a ceiling? In other words will the can spray properly if held at t...

Is this made to be applied to a ceiling? In other words will the can spray properly if held at the angle required to apply to a ceiling?
Asked by: John
Yes, but shake well and turn up the pressure.
Answered by: StevieG
Date published: 2017-05-23

Coverage area

Asked by: Alex
30 ft
Answered by: daisy123
Date published: 2017-05-09
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Customer Reviews

20 oz. Wall Knockdown Water Based Spray Texture is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 276.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from When using this texture pack your patience. You need to keep the can very well agitated and clean... When using this texture pack your patience. You need to keep the can very well agitated and clean the spray tip often. With that being said don't expect to get more than 1/4 to a 1/2 a can of usuable product, it just never seems to happen. Also remember to mask off the work area, when the tip starts clogging your gonna make a mess. Over all the product is a royal pain in the butt, butt also quick time saver on the smallest of patches. I always keep a can on the work trailer, but still tend to pull out the hopper on most occasions.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If you've never used this product before, test it out on a piece of cardboard or drywall to see h... If you've never used this product before, test it out on a piece of cardboard or drywall to see how the different settings, (large, medium & small), work. Depending on the humidity of the area you are working in, you will have to wait 2-3 minutes before attempting to "knock down" the texture. I usually use a dampened drywall knife for knocking down. Hold the knife so that the handle is as close to the surface as possible and drag it across and a bit beyond your work area. You can determine which direction to drag it, by what you see on the surrounding area in order to closely match the rest of the wall. Sometimes I do a second coat at a smaller setting in order to better match the original. After the texture has fully dried, use a good primer on the area before you paint it with your chosen color. Occasionally you will have to paint the entire wall in order to get a better look.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does exactly what it says it does. Just practice first on a piece of cardboard... Does exactly what it says it does. Just practice first on a piece of cardboard...
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I do a lot of small patching jobs that are appropriate to use both the 25 oz and 20 oz cans of wa... I do a lot of small patching jobs that are appropriate to use both the 25 oz and 20 oz cans of water based wall knockdown and orange peel spray products. I buy these all the time. Typically they do not operate properly and seldom dispense more than half a can. And the pressure is not strong enough to disperse the spray as needed for the desired texture. I have used the oil based product in the past and it seems to do a better job. However, my work is usually done in an occupied space and the fumes are not acceptable to the occupants. Home Depot should carry a better product or get Homax to improve the product they send to Home Depot.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I purchased a case of this stuff and had to make 2 trips to get one can to work properly. finally... I purchased a case of this stuff and had to make 2 trips to get one can to work properly. finally I gave up and went to Sherwin Williams. another 2 hours wasted on the job! the cans seem to be out of air or nothing comes out. if it does shoot, it is very week and cant get the proper size texture without holding the can an inch from the wall. and last but not least. the light/heavy dial is a joke. useless. I used to like this product. I don't know what changed but I no longer use this.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from In the one occasion I used it in the past I went through two cans and found it easy and effective... In the one occasion I used it in the past I went through two cans and found it easy and effective. This time I had a larger job to do, and bought seven cans of it. Of the seven only two were fully functional until the end of the can. Two were just liquid slopping wet streaky mess everywhere no matter how much we shook it, from the beginning. The collar broke on another and it won't spray at all. I've got one unopened one left, and about half of one of the ones that actually worked. I'm hoping that half can is enough to cover up the utter disaster of vertical streaks the last one left on the wall, so I can at least return one of them. If it weren't the only thing I know of on the market in this small size, I'd buy something else. But there's not a lot of choice out there. So I'm hoping it's just a bad case lot. Ugh.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The texture spray itself is ok, but the can's nozzle design is terrible. Instead of a spray, you... The texture spray itself is ok, but the can's nozzle design is terrible. Instead of a spray, you get globs of wall texture spewing out like vinegar mixed with baking soda. My advice: don't try to spray it directly on the wall. Get one of those wall texturing sponges, spray a glob of this onto a paper plate or something and use the texturing sponge to apply it to the wall. You'll get a much better result.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We had to repair a hole in a wall and asked the paint people at Home Depot what to use to get the... We had to repair a hole in a wall and asked the paint people at Home Depot what to use to get the textured-wall look. They recommended Homax Wall Texture. The customer rep even ssh9wec my what tools we would need. The directions stated it would take a few minutes before you could wipe the material down; it needs to stay two or three minutes before you wipe the excess. The final work though was flawless.
Date published: 2016-12-26
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