Anti-damp spray paint removes moisture stains

If you have mold on your walls, does it come out even if you paint over it? Has your paint chipped due to humidity? If this is your case, this tutorial shows you how to remove moisture stains using Pintyplus Tech anti-humidity spray paint. Once and for all, you won’t have to worry about mold anymore.

Mold grows mainly in damp, dark environments. The fact that it appears on walls in our homes is a problem that goes beyond aesthetics. In fact, its spores can cause respiratory problems, allergies, etc.

In order to permanently end this problem, it is necessary to attack it at its root. In order to accomplish this, following actions must be taken:

  1. Troubleshoot the issue at its source

  2. Areas should be sanded

  3. Fungicides should be applied

  4. Apply a special anti-humidity paint to the surface

Our next section explains how to permanently eliminate mold.

A step-by-step guide to removing moisture stains

You will need the following materials:

  • Pintyplus Tech anti-humidity spray paint

  • Cleaning agent that is fungicidal and anti-mold

  • The use of sandpaper or scrapers

  • A rag

  • Wall paint

1. Identify the problem’s focus

In order to get rid of moisture, you need to know where it comes from. If you don’t address the moisture itself, the stain will come back. Because if you don’t remove the humidity, the fungus will return.

The area should be sanded

After sanding the area, pass a scraper over it. Next, wipe away the dust created by sanding with a damp cloth.

Using a mask prevents you from inhaling mold spores, however.

3. Apply a fungicide

To sanitize the area, you will need to apply a fungicide product that you can find in hypermarkets or drugstores. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and let it work for a few minutes.

Apply an anti-humidity paint to the surface

In order to prevent mold from reproducing over time, a special Pintyplus Tech anti-humidity paint is applied once the surface has dried.

With its nozzle, Pintyplus Tech anti-damp and anti-stain spray paint can be applied easily and fully covers any area to prevent moisture from getting into walls and ceilings.

In addition to cement, plaster, and plaster, it can also be used on wood. It is a truly versatile paint that can remove rust, pen stains, smoke odors, nicotine stains, and much more.

Follow these steps to apply it:

  1. After the mixing balls have gone off, shake the canister for a couple of minutes.

  2. Approximately 25/30 cm is a good distance to spray.

  3. You should apply quick, thin coats both horizontally and vertically to ensure an even finish.

  4. To avoid clogging the nozzle, invert the bottle and pulse until only gas comes out.

Paint the wall in the color of your choice after a couple of hours.

What to do if the paint on a wall has chipped

The steps to follow are very similar to the previous case if there is no mold but the paint is chipping due to humidity:

  1. All chipped paint should be scraped off with a scraper

  2. Make sure the surface is even by sanding it

  3. Use a damp cloth to clean off sanding dust

  4. When the area has dried, spray Pintyplus Tech anti-humidity spray paint on it

  5. Apply wall paint to the area after a couple of hours

Using this simple technique, you can make the walls of your home look like new and free of moisture or stains.

This tutorial on removing moisture stains with anti-damp spray paint will hopefully help you put an end to your mildew nightmare. The problem is not only aesthetic, but also health-related. As a result, it is extremely important to eliminate it at its roots as soon as possible.