He’s Sick Of His Popcorn Ceiling. When He Tapes THIS Onto His Vacuum? It Works Like Magic!

Popcorn or cottage cheese ceilings first became popularized in the 1950s and lasted well into the 1980s.

However, because most of the early formulations for the paint contained white asbestos, the popular style seemingly faded away thanks to the Clean Air Act of 1978.

While there were asbestos-free popcorn ceilings after the 1980s, homeowners began to choose a more modern look, opting for flat ceilings without very much texture.

Source: Littlethings.com