Can i use Rid dye on a water stained carpet ceiling thats been fixed from keaking now has stains? I was thinking of just using rollers & paint that puppy but im reall... See more
I have a 1969/70 radiant heat system in my home. The wires are on the ceiling. I know not it is not as efficient as other systems but I like it. There is no heat pump... See more
Here is a picture of the first step of redoing a really old ceiling fan. I removed two of the country glass shades and replaced with black metal and Edison bulbs. Lov... See more
Need to remove popcorn ceiling but I'm on a budget. What tools and spray must I use? I know it's inside but does the weather matter? I was told it does. Thank yousonj... See more
HELP! We have a popcorn ceiling in kitchen and den. remodeling the kitchen and have taken out lightboxes - need to redo ceiling. Found out it has been painted and n... See more
Can I use tin peel and stick tiles over popcorn ceilings, and how would I secure them/get them to stick and to stay if I do so?
We bought our house in late 1980’s. All the ceilings are popcorn ceilings and make rooms look so dated. How can the popcorn be removed and what is needed to repai... See more
I'd love to put crown molding up (after I paint the walls and the shelves above the fireplace, previous owners painted EVERYTHING the same yellowish cream color). But... See more
I want to update my ceilings from the dated popcorn ceiling. I want to keep my cost low since I am on a budget. I do not want to empty each room because I have large ... See more
I would prefer not to take the circle things and trim off the ceiling, just like to cover it up the cheapest and easiest.
What's the easiest and less expensive and less mess way to cover them?
WE have an old 2 story farmhouse and was thinking of this for the laundry room and using the same metal for the front of the cupboards...using wood accent walls..what... See more
Want to hide fan wire in concrete ceiling and attach it behind shitrock to electric outlet.
Looking for a DIY way of smoothing textured ceilings.
We removed our popcorn ceilings, now it’s time to cover up the visible dry and wall. whats the next process? Do we do texture and paint or can we just paint?
I'm about to "attempt" removing a popcorn ceiling. Will I be looking at sanding/spackling afterwards? I sure hope not! Any tips to avoid that? I'm hoping the removal... See more
Back sometime in the mid 1980s my ceiling was textured with LOTS of plaster, using a pouncing motion with a plastic bag. Instead of a light texturing, the ceiling is ... See more
Should be try and remove it all and then retexture the ceiling or try and just knock off the popcorn and leave the texture and paint?
I have removed the florescent lighting in the recessed opening. It is recessed approx. 8 inches. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. The ceiling is only 8 feet,... See more
I want them to go away. I have heard one way is to use a spray bottle and putty knife. I know this is way time consuming and messy. I have also heard of doing 1/4 inc... See more