Model # 6104

Internet #202061374

Store SKU #582548

Homax Ceiling Texture Scraper for Popcorn Ceiling Removal
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Homax

Ceiling Texture Scraper for Popcorn Ceiling Removal

  • Removes textured surfaces easily
  • 12 in. blade is perfect for scraping large areas
  • Perfect DIY tool- completes rooms in 30 minutes or less
$1897 /each
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Product Overview

  • Removes textured surfaces easily
  • 12 in. blade is perfect for scraping large areas
  • Perfect DIY tool- completes rooms in 30 minutes or less
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)
  • Gets the job done quicker
  • Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed

Product Overview

  • Removes textured surfaces easily
  • 12 in. blade is perfect for scraping large areas
  • Perfect DIY tool- completes rooms in 30 minutes or less
Model #: 6104
Sku #: 582548
Internet #: 202061374

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.

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  • Removes popcorn acoustic ceiling texture
  • Threaded handle for extension pole (not included)
  • Attachment for plastic bag to catch falling texture (bag not included)
  • Gets the job done quicker
  • 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
1
Paint Product Type
Paint Scrapers
Product Weight (lb.)
1.13lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed.

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade width (in.)
12

Details

Applicator/Tool Type
Scraper
Blade Type
Fixed
Number of Blades
1
Paint Product Type
Paint Scrapers
Product Weight (lb.)
1.13lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed.

Questions & Answers

where do i get the clips to hold the bags on?

Asked by: Butcher
I used small binder clips. See my pictures in my review.
Answered by: Rikki
Date published: 2017-08-16

Can this tool be used without wetting the ceiling?

Asked by: John
Not recommended as it makes a potentially easy job much more difficult
Answered by: Bobert
Date published: 2016-12-28

Can a longer handle be attached to this scraper? What type of plastic bag can be attached?

Asked by: MarciaG
yes an adjustable telescoping handle can be used and any plastic trash bag wide enough to fit around frame will work
Answered by: k213
Date published: 2017-03-28

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

Asked by: clb
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.
Answered by: PotentialBuyer
Date published: 2017-10-09
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Customer Reviews

Ceiling Texture Scraper for Popcorn Ceiling Removal is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 166.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This worked quite well, once I figured out how to use it. No useful instructions are available. ... This worked quite well, once I figured out how to use it. No useful instructions are available. I used small binder clips to attach a plastic bag to catch the scrapings, which greatly reduced the mess. Don't let the bag get too full; empty it into a larger trash bag without removing it and continue working. Keep the blade as flat to the ceiling as possible and gradually increase the angle until it bites in. I used a spray bottle with water to loosen the ceiling coating. It works best on flat ceilings, as it floats over dimples, but it makes quick and clean work of the large flat areas. It can get within an inch or so of the edges; do these by hand. Pictures below, since I couldn't find a description of how anyone else attached a bag.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No no no. I'm pretty handy and do a lot of things myself. This does not work as it's supposed to.... No no no. I'm pretty handy and do a lot of things myself. This does not work as it's supposed to. You cannot use a spray bottle. You probably can't even get away with a 1 gallon sprayer unless your gallon sprayer has a very high output. I've seen professionals do it live, and they've let me try it as well. This was NOTHING like what they do. I strongly suggest putting plastic up around your whole room, from the top of the wall to the middle of the room. Then, get a garden hose, hook it up to the outside of your home, and spray the ceilings on the rain water setting. Like the pros, they stand around for 1-3 minutes, let it soak in, then they go in with a stick that has a thin, flat blade at the end of it. I feel like this scraper is such a joke. It's soft, it bends, it has to be adjusted. I tried it with and without an extension pole( 5 feet) and it was still pretty bad. It did catch maybe 80% of the popcorn, but still not good enough for me.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ceiling texture scraper did a great job. It removed the popcorn as it said it would do. Easy and ... Ceiling texture scraper did a great job. It removed the popcorn as it said it would do. Easy and simple to use. My husband attached it to a pole as we have high ceilings and it worked great! But, in all fairness, removing a popcorn ceiling was a bigger job than we anticipated. This product helped tremendously. We had to change the bag often as the wet popcorn gets heavy but overall most of our mess was afterwards fixing those nasty nooks and crannies that are now visible without the popcorn. Now loving my clean, white ceilings!!
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this thing. I have used it several times in a variety of circumstances and it always come... I love this thing. I have used it several times in a variety of circumstances and it always comes through; excellent job, very little mess. (The one exception is painted popcorn --break out the jackhammer). I use grocery shopping bags to catch the guck (technical term). And when I lost its little clips I got some tiny binder clips from Office Depot -- honestly, binder clips work better. Scraper has a standard threaded socket in the handle that will accept broom or paint roller extensions. It is important to make sure the knife blade is at a correct angle to the ceiling. Too sharp an angle tears\cuts the drywall paper; too shallow an angle and you're not getting enough popcorn up. Make sure you wet the popcorn first with water, then let it sit for a few minutes. I use a garden pump sprayer for this.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ceiling texture scraper The trick to having success with this tool is ensuring the ceiling is very damp. I purchased a two gallon pump sprayer from Home Depot to apply water and vinegar. I guess the vinegar breaks down the popcorn texture. I added half hot water and half white vinegar to the sprayer’s container, pumped and sprayed until the ceiling was very damp and soaked. I placed a plastic bag to the scraper and attached it with clips to hold the bad in place. The ceiling came off with little effort. The plastic bags have to be replaced often make sure you have plenty of them. I removed popcorn from my entire house in about seven hours, with little effort and mess.
Date published: 2014-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this scraper because I had previously scraped my... I bought this scraper because I had previously scraped my bedroom ceiling with a large drywall mud scraper and it had made a HUGE mess but was very effective. I had watched a video about the Homax scraper and saw how it caught the mess in the bag instead of allowing it to fall into the floor. The scraper is pretty effective at catching the falling popcorn, although it did not catch all of the mess. A small amount still fell in the floor, which is expected because it's a messy job. The reason I chose good versus excellent is because it did not scrape as well as the drywall scraper. The handle is also not as tough and it bent a bit as I was trying to scrape. I will be continuing to use this product on my living room ceiling as it makes the mess a lot less, but I'll also go back with the drywall scraper to get the remaining left for a perfectly smooth ceiling.
Date published: 2017-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It feels flimsy when scraping with it. You have to get the angle just right. I was removing pop... It feels flimsy when scraping with it. You have to get the angle just right. I was removing popcorn that had been painted a few times and it was probably harder than for popcorn that hasn't been painted. I ended up taking the Homax scraper back and used an 8" scraper instead. I was removing most of my popcorn off of a concrete surface with a little on drywall.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you have ever taken down a popcorn ceiling, you... If you have ever taken down a popcorn ceiling, you know that it makes a big mess. This device more than pays for itself by capturing almost all of the material you remove from the ceiling in plastic bags. Be sure to get the ceiling completely wet and be careful not to gouge the ceiling when you work
Date published: 2017-10-24
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