Bathroom Ceiling Paint Peeling?


To remove the peeling paint from a bathroom ceiling, use a sturdy stool to step up and reach the peeled area. Make sure you put an old sheet on the floor to catch any chips that fall. Using a putty knife scrape the knife under the paint and scrape in one direction removing chipped paint. Do this again and again until it stops chipping. Wipe the ceiling with a clean rag to remove all paint chips from the surface.
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1. Use a fine-grit sandpaper to gently buff the edges of the peeling paint. Sand until the edge is well blended with the surface of the wall. Scrape any areas that are bubbling. Do
Possibly because the ceiling wasn't properly prepped before being painted the last time.
Stop thinking about the paint being the problem - it's the moisture. Get a good exhaust fan installed in the ceiling, to remove the steamy air to the outside world. Choose one that
I'm not sure the problem is due to sealing, it sounds more like the paint is not adhering to the surface, or to a previous paint job. That is one of the more troublesome of a painter's
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