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Homax

Model # 6104

Internet # 202061374

Store SKU # 582548

Ceiling Texture Scraper for Popcorn Ceiling Removal

$18.97 /each
  • Removes textured surfaces easily
  • Project complete in 30 min or less
  • Perfect DIY tool

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Model # 6104

Internet # 202061374

Store SKU # 582548

The Homax Products 12 in. Ceiling Texture Scraper features a unique bag attachment to help capture falling debris. It is designed to remove unwanted popcorn ceiling texture. The 12 inch blade scrapes large areas - complete a room in 30 minutes or less.

  • Removes popcorn acoustic ceiling texture
  • Threaded handle for extension pole (not included)
  • Attachment for plastic bag to catch falling texture (bag not included)
  • Complete a room in 30 minutes or less
  • Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Blade width (in.) 
12 
Details
Applicator/Tool Type 
Scraper 
Blade Type 
Fixed 
Number of Blades 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Scrapers 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1.13 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
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Manufacturer Warranty 
Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed. 

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Is there a solvent to spray on popcorn ceiling for easier removal

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Santee, CA
May 27, 2012
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Denver,CO
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March 1, 2016
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Get it good and wet with just water. Wait 3-5 minutes. It should come off like butter. If it doesn't, your ceiling is probably painted, and you'll need to perforate your paint for water to penetrate better.
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January 19, 2016
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I don't know of any specific chemical that helps removal, I just used warm water and a spray bottle. I've used a mixture of fabric softener and water to remove wall paper before, not sure if that would help the popcorn come off or not. But you'd have to be careful with the fabric softener staining your ceiling which may not be an issue since most people paint the ceiling afterwards. It might be worth Read More
I don't know of any specific chemical that helps removal, I just used warm water and a spray bottle. I've used a mixture of fabric softener and water to remove wall paper before, not sure if that would help the popcorn come off or not. But you'd have to be careful with the fabric softener staining your ceiling which may not be an issue since most people paint the ceiling afterwards. It might be worth trying on a small patch to see if that softens the popcorn any more than plain water does... Read Less
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June 20, 2014
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Water
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Corvallis, OR
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May 13, 2014
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no need to use solvent.. water is free and works perfect for popcorn ceiling -- little spray mist and scrape away. If it doesn't fall off with light pressure from scraper, spray a little more water. on a 12x12 area i didn't use much more than 1/2 gallon of water and my ceiling was plenty wet.
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Billings, MT, USA
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March 4, 2014
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Just use water in a garden sprayer - let it sit for 5 min, spay again, wait 5 min and then scrape
It should come off easy
Don't get it over wet or you will take the joint compound off as well.
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Medford, Oregon
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October 9, 2013
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Just plain water worked great for me. I used a pump up garden sprayer to mist the ceiling thoroughly a couple times and it came off nicely with a putty knife.
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Phoenix, AZ, USA
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July 26, 2013
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Just water
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Texas
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September 22, 2012
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Buy a pump sprayer cheep small one. Fill sprayer with water spray a section of about 3 or 4 sq. ft. let sit for a few minutes and scrape. Makes the job mucheasier
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June 5, 2012
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Hello clb,
Thank you for your inquiry. I apologize but at this time we do not offer a solvent that will help with the removal of popcorn texture. The Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper by itself is a mess free and easy way to remove the popcorn texture from your ceiling. You can also spray the ceiling with water to loosen the ceiling texture as well. The unique bag attachment captures the texture as it is
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Hello clb,
Thank you for your inquiry. I apologize but at this time we do not offer a solvent that will help with the removal of popcorn texture. The Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper by itself is a mess free and easy way to remove the popcorn texture from your ceiling. You can also spray the ceiling with water to loosen the ceiling texture as well. The unique bag attachment captures the texture as it is removed. A typical 10’ by 10’ ceiling can be completed in 30 minutes or less! I hope this helps, please let me know if you should have any other questions. Thank you for your interest in Homax Group and have a great day.
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Can this tool be used without wetting the ceiling?

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Yes but I tried both ways and wetting the ceiling helps significantly. I could tell immediately when I ran into the dry area as the scraper comes to a stop. I think wetting takes it off cleaner and smoother, resulting in less sanding afterwards. I just used a regular sprayer and sprayed about a 3 ft square, as I went along. Used warm water. Let the water soak into the popcorn for several mins before Read More
Yes but I tried both ways and wetting the ceiling helps significantly. I could tell immediately when I ran into the dry area as the scraper comes to a stop. I think wetting takes it off cleaner and smoother, resulting in less sanding afterwards. I just used a regular sprayer and sprayed about a 3 ft square, as I went along. Used warm water. Let the water soak into the popcorn for several mins before scraping. Read Less
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It can be used without wetting the ceiling if you are using it on popcorn that has never been painted, but highly advise doing the job right and wet the ceiling, or else you are looking at a lot of dust and you will not scrape it to the drywall.
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No. You should wet the ceiling about 15 minutes before you start removing the bad idea someone put on your ceiling.
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Holiday, Florida
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Works really well using a spray bottle with water. I don't think it would work as well dry.
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Almost certainly not, for several reasons. One: if you have not checked if your ceiling contains asbestos the wetting and a proper respirator are your only defenses. Two: The wetting loosens the fibers and allows you to scrape of large portions at a time easily not to mention actually makes cleanup easier as your dealing with large chunks rather then powder and chips. The best I can imagine you can Read More
Almost certainly not, for several reasons. One: if you have not checked if your ceiling contains asbestos the wetting and a proper respirator are your only defenses. Two: The wetting loosens the fibers and allows you to scrape of large portions at a time easily not to mention actually makes cleanup easier as your dealing with large chunks rather then powder and chips. The best I can imagine you can accomplish without water is just simply scratching of the surface. Thus creating a powdery mess and potentially dangerous dust cloud. Read Less
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June 9, 2014
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Sure, but it will be difficult and tiring. By allowing the ceiling to be lightly sprayed with water, it softens the material and allows this tool (or putty knife) to scrape along more easily. It's well worth the extra time and effort.
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May 13, 2014
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well, you could, but it would be really messy, dusty and would wear out the fine scraper blade pretty quickly. Just light spray of water to popcorn ceiling is all necessary as you don't want to soak it -- too heavy and gets drywall wet too. I did 4x4 area of water mist, then scrape and spray another area. Done in no time...
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April 8, 2014
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Thank you for contacting The Homax Group.
We recommend dampening the ceiling for easy removal of the texture. If it is not dampened, it could easily damage the ceiling leaving behind gouge marks.
Thank you for your interest in our products.
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Can a longer handle be attached to this scraper? What type of plastic bag can be attached?

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Miramar Florida
October 29, 2012
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I'll have to look at the handle when I get home but I would think it would be hard to put enough pressure on the scraper if using an extension pole of any sort. I had to really push hard, up over my head, to scrape the popcorn off. As far as the plastic bag, I just used a regular plastic grocery bag (the kind you get at the checkout at Walmart or any store really) and just emptied it after it got too Read More
I'll have to look at the handle when I get home but I would think it would be hard to put enough pressure on the scraper if using an extension pole of any sort. I had to really push hard, up over my head, to scrape the popcorn off. As far as the plastic bag, I just used a regular plastic grocery bag (the kind you get at the checkout at Walmart or any store really) and just emptied it after it got too heavy. I used the same bag throughout my project. The scraper does not come with a bag but any bag big enough to fit the catch frame works fine. Read Less
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Sarasota, FL, USA
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February 25, 2014
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Yes you can attach a longer handle, but a shorter one lets you control the angle of the blade for a better job at removal. You can also use standard plastic grocery bags to catch the waste. Be sure to clean product after use. I store the bag clips in a sealable sandwich bag and tape to the product so I don't loose them.
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Valdosta, GA, USA
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January 24, 2014
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A supermarket plastic bag fits perfectly and attaches with clips provided. You can attach a long handle, but I found a shorter handle allowed me to keep the flat edge flush with ceiling.
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Lexington, SC
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Yes, you can attach a handle - like you would use with a roller, for instance. I used a plastic bag from walmart. Any sort of small bag like this would work.
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Yes. It is threaded for a standard paint roller extension (or broom handle). Any bag that fits. Too big is ok as they use metal clips to hold the bag. Changing bags is a PITA so I just emptied it when it got too heavy to hold up and scrape.
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Texas
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Yes the scraper is set up to have a extension pole screwed into the end. These handles can be found in the paint dept. at Home Depot and come in diffrent lengths. The one i used was about thirty six inches i found it close to were the scraper was. The bags will also be in that same area as the scraper or you can use any small trash bags
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October 29, 2012
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Hello MarciaG,
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, you can attach the Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper to a threaded extension handle, such as a broom or mop handle. For the bag you can attach any 4 gallon (or larger) plastic trash bag to the Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper. I hope this helps, please let me know if you should have any further questions. Thank you for choosing Homax Group, we value and appreciate
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Hello MarciaG,
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, you can attach the Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper to a threaded extension handle, such as a broom or mop handle. For the bag you can attach any 4 gallon (or larger) plastic trash bag to the Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper. I hope this helps, please let me know if you should have any further questions. Thank you for choosing Homax Group, we value and appreciate your business. Have a wonderful day!
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where do i get the clips to hold the bags on?

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They come with it.
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The clips come with the scraper. If by chance you lose them, I'd bet some little metal paper binder clips would do the trick. The ones that come with the scraper are thin plastic ones.
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Use walmart sacks
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They come with the item
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It comes with the scraper. Some people said that they lost them and was able to use office clips in its place.
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April 14, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. If they fell off the packaging or were removed you may contact us for additional clips. Please contact homax@ppg.com
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 89 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult to Use The concept here is to catch the wet droppings to make cleanup easier. I found this tool difficult to use and not worth the effort. There small magnets that keep the bag attached to the frame (very easy to lose or misplace). The bag becomes heavy quickly, swinging like a pendulum. That action makes it difficult to keep the blade flat against the ceiling and the bag has to be changed frequently. A 10 x 9 room can produce 30# of wet mud. I found it was simpler to cover the floor with a disposable drop cloth, use a 6" scraper blade, and let the mud freefall. Left it to dry out overnight, rolled it up and disposed of it. Any mud that hits the wall or baseboard is easily washed off. I was replacing the carpet anyway, so I was not careful around the edges, but I found if you let the mud dry, it is easily cleaned from carpet also. An empty 10 x 9 room took me 3 hours to wet and scrape. May 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It works Bought and esed this on removing popcorn ceiling on an entire house. I used a 1 gallon gerden sprayer with hot water and 1 cup of vinegar. after spraying several times then waiting several minutes the tool did it's job catching most of the popcorn in a grocery bag attached to unit. It does however get heavy but it elimnates most of the clean up. The metel tends to bend if you put pressure when scraping so it could be built better. Did a whole house in half a day with two other people April 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not quite there yet I started to use this on an entire house removal of the popcorn ceiling. After two rooms, I went back to my trowel with the handle on it . The only advantage of the Homax was the bag collection( even though it was still Sloppily) the scraper does not clean evenly and creates more post prep work before painting. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good Performed as expected. There is a youtube video showing how it works. Greatly minimizes mess and facilitates easy clean up. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works fairly well. This product works as expected some of the time. At other times, the knife edge of the scraper is not straight, so that the scraping is very difficult. It is likely the weight of the bag that causes the edge distortion, but it does not take much weight to cause it. Still, using this product is better than doing without. April 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well Worked well to scrape off dampened texture ceiling finish. I used plastic grocery bags mounted on bracket to catch scrapings. Bags were a little clumsy to use and mount but bag did catch 90% of scrapings. Hard to use on vaulted ceilings, scraper with catch tray worked better. worked good using ut one handed while up high on a ladder. Bag bracket could be a little heavier built. March 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Eh I bought a sprayer and wet my popcorn ceiling and began to scrape using this tool. I had a trash bag attached to it as per the instructions. The bag had very little in it as the wet pieces plaster fell onto the floor and made a mess. I have vaulted ceilings, and even being on a ladder, the weight of the 1/4 full bag was too much. Once I lowered the bag I noticed 3 of the 5 clips were in the trash. I gave up that day and cleaned up the mess. The next day I draped everything and just scraped the popcorn off dry and it worked better for me. All that was left was to sweep up the dry pieces. In all, I could've easily done the same job with a hand held scraper January 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't work well on painted ceiling Good concept that might work well on an unpainted textured ceiling, but was extremely difficult to use on a painted ceiling. The collection bag would get heavy cause early fatigue in the arms. The scraper is smaller then the wire frame that holds the collection bag which prevents it from reaching the wall edges and corners. Was impossible to use with an extension pole. I would suggest the addition of a soft rounded rubber end to allow the user to use two hands for additional force and prevent callouses on the palm. March 2, 2016
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