My bathroom needs painting.
The walls are in bad shape; they look like a dry lake bed.
How will this dry lake bed effect alter the way I prep for fresh paint?
What I'm afraid of hearing is that I will need to replace all the dry wall!
You mean the existing paint is alligatored (split/checked)? If also
flaking, you'll need to use a hook scraper (carefully) or other means to
remove the loose paint. Once the surface is sound, smooth with drywall
compound, prime with oil base primer and paint.
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