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    Shower room celling

    Bathroom Specialists

    What is the best way, and what product is best to stop a wet room celling from going moldy?

    Asked by David on 25th May 2022
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    Mastercraft Bathrooms

    "A good extraction system.. is a start point …
    However, mold resistant paint or plastic cladding in the ceiling is a better option than std. emulsion."

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    Ash’s building and design solutions

    "To stop shower cubical ceiling getting mould is , by painting and finishing with anti mould paints in the market available with different brand names like Dulux etc."

    Answered on 15th Jun 2022 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Fynan Build Ltd

    "Let it dry , get a humidifier if extraction is bad , paint it with a mould resist paint"

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    Transform Bathrooms

    "There are some really good paints for bathroom walls and ceilings, the big brands do them. However, no matter how much you spend in great paint mildew and mould can still form if the room is not well ventilated enough. Unless you’re lucky enough to have an openable window at either end of the room, then the best solution to this is an extractor fan. They are worth installing even if you have a window. So, as long as the surfaces in your bathroom do not absorb moisture, and as long as you give the opportunity for moisture from condensed steam to evaporate in a reasonable time, you will not get water damage. I hope this helps."

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    GLORIOUS WRIGHT LTD

    "Is to let it dry and ensure that what what makes it wet is resolved"

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Jan 2021 - report

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