I think what the cause of this is that the glue is still underneath there and it's reacting with its water soluble it's reacting with Lewis binder signing right and it's reacting with the water soluble joint compound and it's reactivating and it's crinkling and it's growing underneath there if you had only done one more application of stripper solution and kind of scoured that glue off with a with a green pad and use some real elbow grease we wouldn't have this step to do now now if you look here Melanie what we're going to do is we're going to take away the paint we're going to take away the compound and we're going to try to get back down to the original plaster and find that glue that's making this curl up – what we might want to do is use some some stripper solution on that and really get after this oh I think you can see it's clearing up and there there's I think that glue I think that's what's causing your trouble right there got some oil primer here and I want you to just spot Prime that's going to seal in the water-based glue in case we didn't catch it all now I'm going to let that dry that's a quick dry primer and you'll just go back to those steps that you originally used so put another layer of joint compound on right sand it down smooth out the texture mm-hmm and then prime it again yes you can't use too much primer oil-based primer just make sure you stick with that oil-based primer that's the insulating layer that keeps the problems underneath great and then I'm ready to paint again you're ready to paint again and I would say this time you should use a mildew resistant paint it's the only way to go for a bathroom
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