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Peeling paint on bathroom ceiling #13432819 02/09/20 04:50 PM
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When we had our bathroom re-done, they didn’t wipe down the ceilings after cutting granite sinks and before painting. So the granite dust on the surface didn’t allow the paint to stick and the paint is now peeling. We are peeling it a little at a time, but wondering if there is a way to accelerate the peeling? Wipe with damp sponge, mist with water? Any other thoughts? Want to speed this project along. Thanks.


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Re: Peeling paint on bathroom ceiling [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13434845 02/11/20 03:03 AM
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Ok fine. I’ll just pee on it.


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Re: Peeling paint on bathroom ceiling [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13434965 02/11/20 04:53 AM
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Re: Peeling paint on bathroom ceiling [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13440860 02/15/20 11:12 PM
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Figured out an easy solution- pie the ceiling down with a wet sponge to accelerate the moisture-in-the-paint process. It begins to peel in some areas and I can easily scrape it in others. Problem solved.


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Re: Peeling paint on bathroom ceiling [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13466931 03/10/20 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by lakeforkfisherman
Figured out an easy solution- pie the ceiling down with a wet sponge to accelerate the moisture-in-the-paint process. It begins to peel in some areas and I can easily scrape it in others. Problem solved.


An even easier solution would be to lay off the Allsup's burritos and messkin food.

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