OK, admit it, you have been ignoring the new house guest on the ceiling of your bathroom. Its not the same size as the proverbial “elephant in the room” but it can have just as much of an impact on your house and your family. I am of course speaking of ceiling mold and your reluctance to pitch battle with it. Time to prepare the bathroom to be “de-molded”, clean up your ceiling mold, make sure the mold is dead, and paint over the newly cleaned area. This article will provide you with the tools you need to rid your bathroom of ceiling mold.
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The first room is for a princess, and start by painting the room with a pastel color scheme. Use soft pinks, lavenders, spring greens, pale blue on the ceiling, and inside the closets. Here’s a wonderful idea for a headboard, a castle tower made from a four foot by seven foot sheet of plywood.
Once you choose color for your paint project, you have one more decision to make: the paint sheen! The names are: flat, eggshell, pearl, satin, semi-gloss and gloss. What does this all mean? The paint sheen refers to the gloss level or the degree of light reflected from the surface once the paint has dried. Each company has slight variations.
If you suspect you have growth, it’s important to start on the process of attic mold removal as soon as possible. Spores growing in any part of the house can lead to sickness, not to mention unsightly wall and ceiling damage. While these spores can grow anywhere, the area above the house provides perfect conditions. It’s usually very dark and warm and there may even be a bit of dampness, all of which serves as the ultimate breeding ground. Anyone who has tried to get rid of this pesky plague will probably have noted that there are many retail products on the market that claim to get rid of it. However, these products are usually fairly expensive and in many cases they don’t do nearly the job some other, cheaper household formulas will do.
Back into the house I went, this time with a stepladder. As I climbed the stepladder and got closer to the ceiling of the first floor the skunk odor got stronger. I then removed one of the air vents in the ceiling and the smell was overwhelming. Well, now I knew I was getting somewhere!
Now that removing texture ceiling is complete, it is time to finish the job. The drywall must be primed before you continue. Finish up with two coats of premium paint. This will ensure you don’t have to paint again anytime in the near future. Once the ceiling is dry, it is time to clean up. Remove all plastic from the walls and drop clothes from the floor. Try to keep all materials inside and throw them away. Your acoustic ceiling removal is complete and you have a room to be proud of.