With all due respect, it would be good, since you already know how to post photos and write, even in your local colloquial dialect, if you could not assume as much as you seem to as far as how much we here at Paint Talk understand what your problem is and how you are trying to correct such problems. From what I have seen of your photos it appears to me that you are showing the ceiling of a bathroom. More specifically, it looks to me like hardware attached to a ceiling that holds shower curtains up. It also appears to show cracking and peeling paint. I don't see any info on what part of the globe this ceiling is located on except for your y'all dialect pointing me to somewhere in the southern US.Good people of paint talk! Heya how are yous?! I’ve been lurking a longish time, not much for posting but I’ve come across something the other day requiring some inquisition. Figured it would be a good time to pop up and engage. I’ve gotten a ton of useful knowledge outta here. Been painting around about 10 years all with the same company and just started off on my own about a year and a half ago. I learned a lot over my time at my old gig but only through higher end interiors which never really presented the same kind of issues I’ve been getting. Reckon that’s a just a different tax bracket type of thing lol. Any how, I went out to look at a job the other day and I wanted get a idea if I’m on track with what is needed here... View attachment 112004
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Looks like oil??? I’m not sure wth is going on here but my approach would be to knock down all of the failing paint, bin spray or killz any of the mold or water staining, patch up as needed, loxon primer, whack it with new ceiling. What do y’all think?
I would be interested in the location, geographically-wise, of the house you are speaking about as well as the age of the house, whether there is plaster or drywall, is there a fan, all kinds of stuff to accurately describe what you are trying to do with the materials you are working with and on.
I am currently trying to work up an estimate on a painting job in a high rise in Chicago that involves water damage in the bathroom ceiling. I advised the owner to check with the building engineers to find out why there is water damage on the ceiling BEFORE I do any work on it. She has put in this request for this coming Monday.