Types Of Drywall Texture
TYPES OF DRYWALL TEXTURES
Texture Categories :
Their is really only 2 groups of drywall ceiling texture based on their application method. You can apply some textures by hand with some basic tools, this method is know to be called “Hand Applied Drywall Textures”. You could also apply texture with a texture spraying machine, this method known to be called “Sprayer Applied Drywall Texture”. Spray textures cannot be replicated with actually using a machine for the work.
“Hand Applied Drywall Textures”
Doing textures by hand is only limited by the crafters own imagination. Some of the hand textures are applied with a hawk and trowel, some are applied with a pan and knife, and others with a paint roller or even with a high powered paint sprayer. Their are special tools made to created different styles of texture, like a brush to do stomping or swirl patterns, or texture comb to create amazing designs. Brushes or knifes or roller or other homemade tools are then used to created amazing pattern in the mud. The textures done by hand could vary a lot depending on how much practice or skill level or even how creative the individual is. Even is you try to replicated someone else’s technique, you may find that the two look a lot different.
“Sprayer Applied Drywall Textures”
GOT A SMALL TEXTURING JOB TO DO ?
The “Wagner Spray Tech 520000 Power Tex Texture Sprayer” is the perfect tool for the job. It sprays texture like the pros , WITHOUT A COMPRESSOR OR HOSES NEEDED.
Their are many different texturing spraying machine available on the market today. Most of them have a hopper for the texture, which is either sprayer right from the hopper onto the ceiling with some air from the hand held model, or pumped through a long hose to a texturing gun. Larger set-ups may have a gas or diesel powered pumps and air compressors, but most run on your normal porwer outlet. The bigger machines are good when your trying to pump texture through a very long hose. The texture gun mixes both mud and air together and sprays it onto the ceiling creating a texture. The type of texture your final product is going to be depends on things like the material used, the size of the nozzle, the type of nozzle, and the air pressure. Trying to match old texture is very hard, but there are various tips and tricks you can use to get the job done.
Below are some of the most famous techniques and styles for Texturing, click on the link for more information on how to apply this technique, and various images.
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