Property Rehab Tip to Get Rid of Popcorn Ceilings in Record Time

by Haley Moran on Jan 9, 2017 3:00:47 PM

Genuis Idea to Remove Annoying Popcorn Ceilings with Little Effort.

Real estate investor rehab tips to remove popcorn ceilings

Those real estate investors who flip houses, or anyone who conduct property rehab themselves, understand why this fad of ceiling texture is so annoying. It's a huge, messy and time-consuming hassle to remove. 

But what if we told you there was an easier way?

Property Rehab Tip: The most ingenious way to remove popcorn ceilings in record time.

Mostly, popcorn ceilings were first used to quickly hide imperfections in the ceiling construction, but now, they are severely outdated and, quite frankly, a painful eyesore.

Repairing the popcorn texture can be complicated, the surface easily catches dust and is hard to clean. There are a few tried-and-true methods to successfully get rid of the annoying “popcorn” texture, including spraying your ceiling with water (and making a mess) scraping it all off, covering it up with a whole new layer of drywall, or skim coat with plaster for a new texture.

However, there is a genius out there who figured out a mess-free, hassle-free, and, quite frankly, oddly satisfying way to get rid of popcorn ceilings. Watch the video here.

Pretty great, huh? Now, you can take on those hideous popcorn ceilings and finish your investment property rehab even faster than expected, and start on another flip!

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