Sunday, September 2, 2018

Photos: Ceiling Leak in Bathroom

 Daisy calls me one day at work and says "there's something wrong with the bathroom wall" which isn't something good. I wasn't hoping Daisy would have been exaggerating and it would have been something stupid like a bug stain or something. Nope, it was a good bit of water made quite a mess with the paint and the drywall.
 Came from the ceiling (obviously) and took some of the popcorn ceiling with it. 
 Had to take a blade and cut the water out of the drywall before it made things worse. 
Then spackled and primed the wall for good measure before I repainted it. Used the same primer to seal the ceiling stain. Oil-based primers are the best at blocking water stains, so Kilz Complete is one of the strongest versions of Kilz around. Luckily I don't mind messing with oil-based anything as long as I can spray it. It did the trick.   

6 comments:

  1. So is your roof leaking or what? Don't you have to fix that or it will just happen again?

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    1. As Debra says, my first thought. Better get it checked Adam.

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    2. Yes roof leaks will cause accidents again like this if not fixed. I did learn through research that they don't exactly affect the same spot which makes it tricky to figure out where the leak originates.

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  2. You always have great how-to tips on your posts, Adam.

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  3. Good thing you're an expert on this stuff!

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  4. I hope you find where the leak is coming from. Water damage is no joke so you'll want to nip that in the bud asap.

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