Faint crazing on bathroom wall paint.

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by pineapple, 28 Apr 2014.

  1. pineapple

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    I'm sprucing up the house ready for sale and was repairing a couple of cracks above the bath prior to painting when I noticed some light crazing on the shower end wall above the tiles. You can't see it ordinarily - it's only noticeable when you are on a ladder up close and personal!
    I can't remember what sort of paint is underneath or whether bathroom paint was used to cover it. The plan is to repaint with something like Endurance.
    So my question is this. All the advice I have seen is to sand it all back which is going to take forever and create a lot of mess. Is there a quick fix - some sort of stabilising coat I can apply before repainting?
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