Ceiling Saver is a spray-on solution that will conceal a variety of stains, including those arising from water and rust, on virtually any ceiling. Each bottle of solution has a powerful nozzle that faces upward, so you can stand and spray the mixture on the ceiling from up to three feet away. Ceiling Saver will coat the outside of a stain, concealing it from visibility, while also acting as a stain blocker underneath the stains's surface. It's made with a no-drip formula, so you won't need to worry about it dripping down on your head or clothing while you spray or as it dries.
By using Ceiling Saver, you'll be able to remove most stains from your ceiling in seconds, and consequently, ensure that the ceiling looks new for years to come. If you're of average height or taller, you'll be able to take advantage of the solution's powerful spray, and forgo climbing a ladder or balancing on top of furniture. Ceiling Saver works on various common materials used to construct ceilings, such as wood, plaster, paneling, drywall, and brick. Besides water and rust stains, it'll remove a multitude of other substances that tend to be spilled in a home or at an office, such as coffee, mustard, wine, and ketchup.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Ceiling Saver is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Ceiling Saver by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $35.97.
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How It Works
When you spray Ceiling Saver on a ceiling's surface, it'll cover the stain you're currently spraying and protect your ceiling from future stains, too. Its dual-purpose formulation enables the solution to coat the outside of stains while working from underneath the surface of those stains in order to block future ones from occurring.
- Powerful Spray Nozzle
Due to each Ceiling Saver bottle's powerful nozzle, you'll be able to stand up to three feet away and blast away the stain( s ) on your ceiling. Unless you're on the short side, that'll eliminate any need for ladders or stools to assist you with the stain removal process.
- 13 Ounces
Each bottle of Ceiling Saver has a net weight of 13 ounces, and is moderate in size ( about the size of a large water bottle ).
- Works on Variety of Surfaces
Ceiling Saver will work on the surfaces of most ceilings, including popcorn ceilings and ceilings that have been coated with wallpaper.
- Will Remove Various Stains
Water and rust stains are common, and Ceiling Saver will make short work of those, but it'll also remove stains created by many other substances, including food or drink.
- One Application Required
After one quick application ( which normally will take just seconds ), stains should no longer be visible. As the effects of Ceiling Saver will last for years, you won't need to keep reapplying the solution on a frequent basis.
- Won't Drip
Ceiling Saver has been designed to prevent it from dripping, so you'll be able to immediately stand underneath a stain you've applied it to without it dripping on you.
- Quick Process
Even if a ceiling that you're cleaning has multiple stains, you likely will be able to finish your cleaning job in less than an hour, since Ceiling Saver will cover stains in seconds.
- Works on Walls
Although it has been designed for use on ceilings, Ceiling Saver will remove stains from most walls, too. That means with just one bottle, you'll be able to clean most of the surface area of the inside of your home.
- Latex Primer
Many people choose to climb a ladder and use latex primer to attempt to conceal ceiling stains. However, primer will only temporarily conceal water stains. Plus, if you're not completely steady on your feet, or you're not an experienced painter, you could end up spilling or dribbling primer where it's not wanted or needed.
- Professional Painters
You could hire professional painters to cover the stains on your ceilings, but you'd need to set aside the financial resources for that, and hang around while the professionals completed the job.
- Cleaning With Rag
Some ceilings can be wiped clean with a cleaning solution or water that's been applied to a rag, but if you have popcorn ceilings, using this method will likely damage them.
If you have valued paintings, photographs or other decorations hanging on your walls, it would be a good idea to cover them before you use Ceiling Saver. Otherwise, aiming the bottle in the wrong direction by mistake could result in the solution ending up on your valued items instead of the stains you want to hide.