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Old 04-06-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
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Can I retexture an exiting ceiling with panda paw finish


I am remodeling the kitchen and removed the soffits over the old cabinets and moved a dividing wall. My question is am I better to or can I float a new coat of mud over the remaining ceiling and redo the panda paw finish? If so do I need to knock down most of the high spots on the existing ceiling and what if any tricks are there to make it look good.

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Can I retexture an exiting ceiling with panda paw finish


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My question is am I better to or can I float a new coat of mud over the remaining ceiling and redo the panda paw finish?
I see no reason why not, but as always, photos of the area(s) in question will help us help you better.

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