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
$ 18 97
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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.

  • 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 Tool 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 Tool 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

Can this tool be used without wetting the ceiling?

Asked by: Wolly
Yes, but first have the popcorn tested for asbestos. You can also use a 12 taping knife to get the similar results. If the ceiling has been painted, spraying water on the ceiling might not absorb into the popcorn. If you choose to scrape it dry, you can get a nice fine texture, which when painted, looks like a knockdown texture. While it is messy, it usually does not require any refinishing other than a fresh coat of paint. If you search online, you may be able to find an attachment for a shop vac, which will help capture the scrapings.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2019-01-25

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: 2018-10-22

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: Kathy213
Date published: 2018-07-29

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

Asked by: clb
to keep down the dust you should spray with water to soften the ppcorn a small section at a time
Answered by: lin
Date published: 2018-06-03
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Customer Reviews

Ceiling Texture Scraper for Popcorn Ceiling Removal is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 250.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use! After doing a hallway in my home using a wide putty knife, I heard about this product and decided to give it a try. After buying it and bring it home, discovered the clips were missing from the package. After returning it to the store for a replacement, I set to work removing the popcorn from a 18' X 14' room. The ceiling had been painted, but I didn't have a problem with the scraping after spraying it with water. I used a pump up garden sprayer which worked much better than the hand spray bottle I had used for the hallway. The majority of the popcorn fell into the plastic bag I attached to the scraper. I kept a large plastic bucket to dump the contents of the bag instead of changing out the bag each time it was full. I tried using it with a long extension pole, but found I wasn't able to control the scraper as well as standing on a step ladder without the pole. I am a medium sized, 65 year old woman and was able to do my room in about 2 hours total. Can't wait to continue to"de-popcorn" the rest of my home.
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you ever thought about getting rid of the dated popcorn ceiling than you need this tool. With ... If you ever thought about getting rid of the dated popcorn ceiling than you need this tool. With the catch bag installed properly it will catch 99% if not all of the ceiling texture. The bags are plastic grocery bags etc, nothing special, just make sure they don't have a hole in them:) By being careful, very little damage will be done to the ceiling. I used my Ryobi sprayed and covered about a 4 x 4 foot area at a time with warm water, let it soak for about 5 minutes, be generous with he water, and scraped. You will have to do the edges with a putty knife.
Date published: 2019-02-05
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 1 out of 5 by from This was a piece of junk. It broke in 5... This was a piece of junk. It broke in 5 mins and did nothing. A total waste of money.
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from made it easy to get popcorn off ceiling This made taking the popcorn off the ceiling of our house pretty easy. I used a plastic grocery bag with the 6 clips that come with it to catch most of the stuff that came off the ceiling. Tried to use with extension pole but found I gouged the ceiling so took off the pole and use step ladder to get up to the ceiling. Had read how some people could not get close the the walls but I found if you keep pushing it toward the wall it would get all the way to it. The corners were the only place that was hard to get put that area was so small I just use a putty knife to do that part. would recommend putting drop clothes down and plastic to close off other rooms. It is still little messy, we had to luxury having already removing all the carpets and laminate floor before doing this. I was able to do a 12x 12 room in about a half hour emptying the bag after doing half the room. Simply holding the bottom of the bag then turning it upside down into trash can.
Date published: 2015-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Total piece of junk. The angle is wrong and if you do not hold it precisely, you're just scratchi... Total piece of junk. The angle is wrong and if you do not hold it precisely, you're just scratching the surface. The time consumed in putting the bag on is cumbersome and if by chance you do get some in the bag, it becomes less useful because of the weight. Do not use on painted ceilings or without water the ceiling down. Then get on a ladder and use a 10" drywall knife, much better results.
Date published: 2019-01-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This might work if very light texture or if texture not as old. Top part of scraper is very thin... This might work if very light texture or if texture not as old. Top part of scraper is very thin and bends easily. Tried different levels of time and water application but still did not scrape off that is needed. Needs to be sturdier. I used floor scraper with a duller blade and that worked better.
Date published: 2018-12-18
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