Is shellac a good (or best) primer for bathroom walls & ceiling?
Well Victor, your subject line says Peeling paint. If your paint is peeling, you need to scrape it off first. Many times, walls and ceilings are textured and the original installers neglect to clean the sheet rock of dust first; the result being loosely adheared texture or paint. Once you get all of the loose paint off and float or texture, you can go ahead and prime it. Shellac primer can't be beat for sealing out stains. It's also very good for preventing moisture from coming through. So,if you have a humid bathroom, go ahead and use shellac primer. It's alcohol based so it dries fast. Use a satin paint for best results against moisture after that.
Best information regarding shellac primer I have seen. Thank you, Victor.
Think nothing of it. At least you had a bonified question unlike most of the stupid questions that get posted here.
Victor...I just came across this....Great Info!