- The old paint on the wall will peel off, this means the new paint on it will also peel off.
- The walls bulge and splotches appear,
- The room becomes unhealthy because it is humid and of course this is not good for the health of your family.
- There is an unpleasant smell
- Causing moisture or damage to equipment and furniture that are in direct contact with the wall
Now to avoid things that are not desirable as above, you need special treatment to repaint the walls of your home that are damp and overgrown with fungus. Be sure to look for sources of moisture that cause the walls of your house to become damp, so mold won’t grow on your walls after painting. As a pattern, if your wall is directly adjacent to a well or bathroom, then use ceramics in your bathroom or you can use waterproof to prevent water from seeping or seeping into the inner walls, this will keep your walls dry so the walls will not be damp. and not easily overgrown with fungus. Also make sure there are no roof leaks that can make your walls damp.
Here are the steps and tips on how to repaint the damp and moldy walls of your home:
- Clean the surface that is covered with mildew by sanding it or brushing it with a coarse brush.
- Use a liquid fungicide that you can buy at the farm store and use it to spray your damp and moldy walls so that the fungus dies and doesn’t grow anymore.
- Leave it for about 1-2 days to make sure the fungus really dies and grows again on your wall.
- Brush using a hard brush and continue by sanding on the area of the wall that you want to repaint to make sure there are no old paint residues so that the new paint will have an effect on your walls.
- After the wall surface is clean, coat it with a waterproof primer (waterproof, plamir or sealer)
- Wait until the wall is completely dry, then we can start the process of repainting the wall. Repeat painting for a more even and beautiful result.