environmental toxins and outdated materials are common concerns for those consumers who are addressed in this book. Reading such material keeps homeowners informed for the best decision-making possible.
Ceilings are of particular concern to Becker and his audience. In this text, the following ceiling conditions are discussed with solution oriented practical language.
Water Spots on Ceiling
Leaky roofs are known for creating water stains on otherwise pristine ceilings. Paint stores, home construction stores and others stores offer a range of products for dealing with the pesky remnants of water damage. A stain blocking primer can be applied to the surface of a water spot. Once it is dry, the homeowner is encouraged to paint the ceiling.
Certain spots on the ceiling are made of mold. Becker calms concerned homeowners by suggesting a solution of bleach and water. The cost-effective remedy can eliminate airborne pollutants with very little effort. Becker cautions that the result may take some aftercare; if a brown stain emerges, he states, be sure to cover it with primer sealer as opposed