Did you ever paint anything (indoors) in high humidity, and if so, did it cause issues with the paint?
I had beadboard paneling installed in my bathroom. I bought the better quality beadboard, which has to be painted, as opposed to the cheaper, which is like plastic-y. I put a coat of primer, and it beaded up in spots. I sanded it, and the primer came off in rubbery chunks. I touched up the spots and still had problems here and there. I put a coat of the regular gloss paint on and it’s dry, but it’s coming off easily. I think the ultimate solution will have to be sanding the whole thing off down to bare paneling and repainting it when it’s not so humid.
This problem is annoying as shit.
I just googled painting in high humidity, and apparently that’s probably the problem. I read that high humidity causes bubbles in the paint and the only way to get rid of them is to sand the spots.
Here in the northeast, today, it was about 100 degrees and very high humidity. I wasn’t aware that high humidity would cause a problem like this.
Have you ever painted in high humidity, and if so, did you have problems with the paint?
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