ceiling. Wednesday , August 23rd , 2017 - 16:39:43 PM
Tip: Attach fancy molding to the bottom and top of the beams to create an elegant, finished look. Ask a professional for help, if you find yourself unsure about how to go about this task.
You could aim for different designs like a splotchy style and texture by applying a drywall compound on the area. Use texturing brushes later to match the new part of the ceiling that you just fixed to the rest of the ceiling.
Popular in most homes which were built in the mid 1950s to the late 80s, popcorn ceiling was used extensively due to its benefits. It was a great way of hiding the imperfections in the ceiling construction and was relatively easy to apply. However, due to certain drawbacks, like the use of asbestos which caused diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma, popcorn ceilings have since then become quite redundant. However, if you are one of the people who have popcorn ceilings in your house, you would have realized that there is nothing as taxing and difficult as cleaning popcorn ceilings. Moreover, these ceilings tend to be relatively fragile with bits of texture having a tendency of falling off, specially if they have never been painted over. To add to your headache, these ceilings cannot be washed or scrubbed unless you want bits of "popcorn" in your soup and unattractive, bare patches of drywall.
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