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A: Yes. but plan to apply many times to patch anything. Terrible shrinkage
A: what is the different to this product? https://www.homedepot.com/p/DAP-DryDex-32-oz-Premium-Lightweight-Low-Dust-Joint-Compound-12385/302976074
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A: Do a search on YouTube. Type ( how to remove popcorn from my ceiling ) in the search box on youtube...
A: if no paint water and scrap or rent a sander for removing it.
A: I have no experience with popcorn removal, but you can check out videos on same on YouTube. The pink joint compound works well for patching applications and touch-ups. For large areas you can use the 5 gallon All Purpose joint compound with the blue lid.
A: Given that most "popcorn" (and other texturing systems) present a challenging surface to work with. Best practice it to remove the existing texturing material, then clean, prime, patch, sand, re-prime and apply your finish paint coat.
A: Use extra fine wet or dry sand paper...suggest 600 grit....
A: not sure of your question. damp sponge can leave marks. wet sand is with a very fine sand paper made for wet sanding.
A: The "wet sanding" method employs essentially the same techniques as normal drywall sanding, however instead of sand paper or sanding mesh, a wet sanding sponge is used. A wet sanding sponge has a rough gritty side and a soft sponge on the other side. The technique is used to produce a finer finish as well as reduce the amount of dust generated.
A: Wet a washcloth or piece of an old T-shirt. Place it against a wooden block like a 5 inch long 2 X 4 wood. Keep changing or washing out the cloth because it doesn't work well when clogged up.