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This innovative product is applied like paper tape but won’t stretch when wet, resists mold, and isn’t prone to bubbling.
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Zip-Up Ceiling offers a quick way to finish a basement ceiling: Install trim around the perimeter, then infill with paintable PVC panels and hidden rails that can be unzipped later for cleaning and overhead access.
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