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textured ceiling

Posted by ICanDoIt (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 26, 02 at 13:00

I am painting my kitchen a gorgeous faux finish in sunset colors and having trouble cutting out the ceiling area because of the texture. It's the original texturing from 1960 and very sharp, can't get a nice straight line.

What am I doing wrong?

Help!

Thanks,
ICanDoIt
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RE: textured ceiling

Try the Remodeling Forum for a better chance at getting an answer. They deal with stuff like that frequently.

Lee AKA Fireraven9
Great woods, you frighten me like cathedrals;
You howl like an organ; and our hearts of misery,
Rooms of eternal mourning where quiver ancient rattles,
Answer the echoes of your from the depths I've come to Thee.
- Charles Baudelaire, Obsession

Here is a link that might be useful: Remodeling Forum


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RE: textured ceiling

I figured this out. I found THIN 1 inch paintbrushes... they don't touch the textured ceiling at all and allow me to make a freehand perfect edge.

Thanks for your help!

Janie


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