How to Remove Texture from Walls: Scratching vs Coating

        Wall texturing is a time-tested method of giving walls character or hiding flaws like inconsistent drywall tape, but not everyone likes the ridges and swirls of impact or the soft ripples of an orange peel. Luckily, if you prefer a flat surface, you can get rid of the old textured finish, although this tends to be a messy and time-consuming project. Before you put on your overalls and grab your scraper, you should know two methods for removing texture from walls, depending on whether your walls are painted or not.
        If you’re ready to roll up your sleeves, we’ve got a guide to help you take your walls from textured to perfectly smooth. Read on to find the wall texture removal method that’s right for you.
       Materials and tools available on Amazon – cloth – 3″ masking tape – safety goggles – 2 gallon spray gun – 10″ drywall knife – ladder – dust mask – drywall sanding pad – drywall sanding screen – bright work light
        Materials and Tools Available at Amazon – 2″ Steel Latch – Hammer – Canvas Drop Cloth – 3″ Film – Safety Goggles – Sanding Cloth – Rags – Pre-Mixed All-Purpose Compound with Sushi Pedal – 5 Gallon Bucket (2) – Drill with Paddle Bit. – Bright work lights

Post time: Jul-25-2023