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The bathroom is the room of the house most prone to condensation problems. System D gives its advice to facilitate the renovation of walls with molds that can blacken and blister:

Protect your walls from condensation

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: condensation

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: bathroom

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: moldy

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: bathroom

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: condensation

Condensation: renovating a moldy bathroom wall: wall

Start by dusting the bathroom aerator
For a neat job, spread a tarp to protect the ground.

Surfaces should be cleaned with a damp sponge (with an anti-mildew product) and degreased before starting work.
Leave to dry well.

Use masking tape to protect the edges of the wall to be painted.

Mix the anti-humidity paint before application.
With a flat brush, start by clearing the edges and corners of the wall to be painted.

Then use the half-long pile roller to cross-coat the rest of the wall surface.

Drying time: 6 hours between the two layers then 12 hours.


Video Instruction: Renovation Tips: Condensation and Mold in Walls