What to do when Bathroom Paint is Peeling

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When you walk into your bathroom and notice that the paint is peeling, it can be disheartening. After all, no one wants to see a room in their home that looks neglected and run down. But don’t worry! There are ways to fix the issue and get your bathroom looking like new again. Let’s take a look at what you need to do when bathroom paint is peeling.

Remove the Old Paint

Before painting any wall, make sure you first remove all old peeling paint with a putty knife or an electric sander. A clean surface is essential for attaining a nice finish after painting. With these tools you can scrape off as much paint as possible to create the optimal surface for enabling a new coat of paint to stick. Although it might seems though that scrapers and sanders are comprehensive enough, if there are areas beyond repair due to heavy paint flaking or caveation, be sure to patch them up before beginning the painting process.

Prepare The Surface

The painting process is almost ready to begin! After you have removed all of the old paint, it’s time to get the surface in tip-top shape. Start by cleaning any dirt or dust with a damp cloth or sponge. You may need to take the extra step, depending on how rough the wall has become over time, of light sanding those areas down to create a smooth surface. Utilize thin grade sandpaper or steel wool to achieve the perfect texture before you begin prepping for the primer and new coat of paint. Prime up any patch spots that may be exposed after removing the old paint – a necessary step for helping your new beautiful new wall warmly accept that next coat of paint!

Paint The Walls

Now comes time for painting! Make sure you have chosen a high-quality interior latex paint for your project as this type of paint is best suited for bathrooms due to its durability and moisture-resistant properties. Once everything is prepped, apply two coats of your chosen color onto the walls using either a brush or roller – whichever gives you better coverage – allowing ample drying time between each coat. And voila! You now have brand-new looking walls in your bathroom!

Do you want to breathe new life into your bathroom? It’s not as complicated as it may seem! Just execute a few easy measures, and elegance is just around the corner without major cost or headache. Start with a good coat of paint. Peeling walls don’t have to be deterrents — they just need careful preparation or even a simple dusting before applying primer and brush. Doing it right means that even harder rooms won’t take up unexpected time, designed for minimal effort from your part.

Hire a Professional: Two Brothers Painting

If you don’t feel confident painting your own bathroom, why not hire a professional? Two Brothers Painting Company is the best in the business when it comes to painting bathrooms. Our experienced and skilled crew will ensure that your bathroom looks perfect and lasts for years to come. We use only the highest-quality paints and primers on all our projects. Contact us today to get a free quote and schedule an appointment!

We hope this guide to fixing peeling paint in the bathroom has been helpful. If you ever have any questions or need help with your project, don’t hesitate to reach out to Two Brothers Painting Company – we’re always here to help.

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