acrylic paint will bubble up from condensation getting behind it.
I hate that type of paint. it does not allow anything to breathe.
|I don't appreciate being called a troll or a jackass. This is the first
| time I have owned a home, and I was looking for an answer to a
| thought this posting board would help me to get advice from other
| who have gone through it. I came here to get solutions, not to be
| criticized. I appreciate all the other suggestions outside of this,
| could have been kept to yourself.
| I just found it odd that the bubble wasn't there until after I took a
| shower. I normally take a shower very early in the morning before
| work but I did not go to work today so I took a shower later in the
| happened right after taking a shower. I have been in and out all day,
| have finally made it home now. The dripping that was occurring
| it was just drops, the bucket I put underneath it when I left this
| afternoon has not one single drop of water in it) has stopped. I will
| call my home warranty company and see if they can tell if it is a leak
| from my upstairs tenant.
| Again, thank you all for the helpful responses and taking the time to
| respond to me. To "mm" - no one forced you to respond, therefore if
| wasted your time that was obviously on you. Maybe you're just a
| or a know-it-all who has to put your two cents into everything. I
| need your two cents, as you can see, as there are MANY, MANY other
| people out there.
| >On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 13:04:58 -0600, "rsoonb"
| >Get a bunch of buckets, or a biggg bucket, and get rid of anything
| >that will be damaged by the spilling splattering water, and put a
| >in the lowest part of the bubble. Have someone hold the next bucket
| >in the stream above the bucket on the floor that just got filled. It
| >will take all of 2 to 5 seconds so be ready to go. Even though it
| >might, don't assume the water will come out where you put the hole.
| >Be ready to move the bucket.
| >If you don't when it does burst, which could be any minute, there
| >be more damage to the ceiling and more to what's underneath.
| >It might be caused by your shower if your house is upside down and
| >you're all walking on your heads. Otherwise it's a leak upstairs.
| >You have a homerepairlive address and you're asking this question? I
| >think you are a troll who wasted some of my time. Grow up and stop
| >being a jackass.