Creating Starburst Chandelier on a Roof
Many styles different textures can decorate a ceiling in a room. People look to textured ceiling to give the room a certain style that a flat roof cannot. One of the most popular styles of textured ceiling is the classic starburst chandelier pattern. This pattern is easily accomplished by following a simple procedure experience and using the right tools. You should allow a full day to do the job properly, depending on the size of the roof.
Place plastic drop cloths on the floor and the furniture and accessories in the room to protect them from dirt that you do during texture starburst chandelier. Fill an empty 5-gallon bucket halfway with joint compound and mix in hot water until it has the consistency of thick mashed potatoes. Use an electric drill with a little shaking to do the job easier mixing.
Install the extension pole in the brush texture. Press the brush against the ceiling uniformly and turn slightly to create the starburst chandelier pattern. Work your way around the room in a logical pattern so apply the standard for each roof area. Make your flashes are close together but not touching. If you make a mistake, use the roller loaded with joint compound to smooth back and try again. Allow the compound to dry for at least 24 hours before painting.