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Too much moisture in bathroom #7839634 05/14/20 08:47 PM
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!8 moths ago I had a section of a door frame in the bathroom in which the paint peeled and cracked. I sanded it down and used a primer Zinsser 123 then painted with a good latex paint. Now I need to do it again. I am going to use the primer Kilz Original Interior Primer which is oil based and then paint with same latex paint. Any suggestions on something else I should do? Could I put the primer on the paint as a sealer? Thanks!

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Something in that area is not letting the paint stick. I dont know if its moisture though.

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I thought latex wouldn’t stick to oil base paint. Or is it the other way around? Whichever way it is, I had a painter do it wrong on all the door trim in house.


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Re: Too much moisture in bathroom [Re: Wilhunt] #7840904 05/16/20 12:44 AM
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If painting over oil with latex you need to sand the surface before painting.

Re: Too much moisture in bathroom [Re: Wilhunt] #7840931 05/16/20 01:12 AM
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or prime with Valspar stainblocking primer sealer. easier than sanding but cost a little more

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Run the exhaust vent while taking a shower,


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Re: Too much moisture in bathroom [Re: Wilhunt] #7843862 05/18/20 09:38 PM
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BP that is the problem, the fixture installed has heat and light but no exhaust fan. That is the next job.

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A stop gap solution fir no venr fan, if you have an HVAC supply in bath, operate air hanler a few minutes with door ope to introduce smr dry air into bath.

I agree, door may have oil base primer or paint as a base coat. If so latex may never stick to it. In fact you probably need to srtip it.

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Latex is fine over an oil based primer. Go to your Kelly Moore or Sherwin Williams and get them to recommend paint

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Originally Posted by BigPig
Run the exhaust vent while taking a shower,


Yes. No exhaust fan is a problem. Install one, then:
1) run fart fan while showering
2) make sure said fart fan duct is in fact exhausting
3) once done with shower, let fan run For 5-10 more minutes just in case
4) technically, should somehow wipe water off walls after each use, but nobody does


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easy, take cold showers where it won't steam up the room ... fixed loser8

and Bullfrog, we have a squidgy in our shower and wipe down the shower walls & door upon each use.


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