I have a small wall -- less than 4' wide by 8' high.
A leaking shower faucet above created a sizable water-filled
bubble lifting the paint (and standard California knock-down
texture) off the drywall. The old paint is apparently a Behr
The leak has been fixed and the wall has had a month to
thoroughly dry out.
Since the wall panel is so small, I'm inclined to re-texture
the whole thing. There's also some other minor mechanical
damage on that panel so it's kind of a no-brainer to do the
It seems to me, the section of texture/paint that bubbled will
need to be completely removed. However, that will make the
finish even less flat/even than it is already.
What preparations would folks suggest before attempting to
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