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Squigly drywall texturing?

Posted by Chris on October 24th, 2002 10:13 AM
In reply to Re-texturing Drywall by Cathe on September 22nd, 1998 11:23 AM [Go to top of thread]

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> Fasteners and Primer by doug seibert on 10/26/2004

Our water heater in the attic over our master bathroom leaked and we are having to patch a 3 x 3 ft. area with some new 1/2' drwall. Currently our ceilings have a texture that I can only describe as looking like veins and squiggles of plaster that were somehow applied to the ceiling. There is no descernable repeat in the pattern so I don't think it was rolled on. The squigles of plaster are 1/4-1/2 inch in with and almost resemble the patterns of ice crystals on your window in the winter. They are not very thick, only 1/8 inch or so and in places look like they were knocked down with a drywall tool or trowel.

I figure I will need to scrape off about 4 inches of the texture on the existing ceiling ajoining the new piece so as to float and tape but how the heck do I get this texture applied?

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