Peeling paint is a common issue with bathroom walls and ceilings. Customers often ask us why paint peels in their bathroom wall, and how they can fix it. Not only does it make an otherwise beautiful bathroom look bad, it serves as a breeding ground for mildew and bacteria.
What are the causes for peeling paint? Peeling or bubbles happen when you start painting in high humidity or when paint is applied over built up water and soap scum. Usually around the things you use every day – the shower, sink and toilet.
If your Toronto house was built before 1979 (and many of them were), there is a chance that lead-based paint was used. You might want to consult a professional painter if this is the case, just to be safe. If you want to try to fix your peeling paint in your bathroom wall or ceiling yourself, follow these steps for a great finish:
You might be worried about all the debris and dust that comes from peeling and sanding your bathroom ceiling or walls. You may not have the time do it yourself, or maybe you’re at the end of your rope with recurring problems. If this is the case, why not give us a call?
Home Painters Toronto has over 25 years of experience making bathrooms look their best. Call us now at 416 494 9095 or email us at Brian@HomePaintersToronto.com for a free Bathroom peeling paint Repair or bathroom ceiling paint cost estimate.