UPDATED 22Jun2019: Bathroom ceiling mold eventually becomes a problem in most homes, but fixing this problem involves more than just adding a coat of paint. If you only do that, the bathroom ceiling mold will just come back again in short order. That’s why all longer-term fixes depend on surface preparation and killing mold spores before painting happens. As you’ll see, the process I use in this video involves removing the fan grille, scraping off loose paint, sanding the ceiling, killing the mold, filling an surface depressions, then priming and painting.
Click below and learn to eliminate the mold on bathroom ceilings with my video tutorial right here.