There are actually a few who do have some good things to say. You might
just mention to them regarding top posting, and snipping. For some people,
google is chosen for a variety of reasons, and that's another whole thread.
I have a one strike and you're out policy. Some foul mouth or idiot will
get killfiled after one post. For others who diverse into politics, or who
rant, or who just don't know what they are talking about, it's a few times.
But don't throw the baby out with the wash water.
Bob?, let off will you? The stuff is a water soluble goop with
ground up corn cobs to make little lumps. When it gets wet, it
falls off. There is no paint, there is no need for paint remover,
paint remover is way way overkill unless there was a paint
problem, paint remover doesn't do a good job of softening or
removing latex enamels anyway. Forget the paint remover.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
If the "popcorn" is really put on with a water-soluble matrix, then
just water/soapy water will work. But the OP didn't say exactly what
had been used and there are several types of"popcorn" ceiling.
Really ??? Do tell....
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