Were the walls bare or did they have paint on them?
Why not just sand & prime the table with an oil based primer and then finish with the acrylic.
The caulk to use will be an acrylic siliconized caulk rated at 40 to 50 years and I would caulk after priming.
There was probably some type on contamination on the ceiling that is causing this peeling as bathrooms can be a pretty dirty place with all the ste...
I would get the paste off the walls as the only type of paint that will cover that up is a texture paint and unless you want that look you iwll se ...
If the wallpaper is tight on the wall and it is directly on the wallboard without any paint and or sizing it should be left that way and painted ov...
I would start with Durabond 45 0r 90 as they dry quicker and cut down on your time it takes and then for the final finish coat skim it with regular...
Even it is fairly new oil based paint you will still need to prime it before you apply acrylic/latex paint over to insure it does not peel off in s...
I think I would just fix it with drywall mud and move on as you said reloading the drywall may more trouble than it is worth.
You will neeed to sand the oil based and prime it with an oil based undercoater and you do not need to go with one of the quick dry types unless yo...
How you prep these walls will make a big difference in how they will look when finished. You will need to prime them with USG First Coat as this pr...
It is hard to say what the spots could be but it would prime the entire ceiling with Zinsser BIN primer to be sure that it does not bleed thru and ...
You could try a wallpaper steamer if the paint you used is a latex/acrylic semi-gloss and see if that will take it off. You need to be sure to get ...
The names wallboard, drywall & drywall are all for the same product.If your house was built in the last 30 years it is doubtful that it would be pl...
What type of prep did you do before you painted the cabinets? If they have grease on them that would cause your problem. Also all acrylic/latex pai...
Yes I think you need to get this looked at before you run out of warranty.
I have found out that the BIN primer which is a white pigmented shellac ( there are other brands) holds back the staining from the adhesive left on...