In the rain, the plaster on the walls of the house falls off. This is due to the dampness on the wall. The moisture on the wall is the cause of this. As a result, there are some odd dark patches on the walls. Simultaneously, the hue of the walls becomes irritating.
When the wet walls dry out, the plaster swells again and slowly falls off. This problem occurs in many houses during the monsoon season. However, with a few things in mind, it is possible to remove the wall damp easily. Find out the way-
First, mark the places on the walls of the house where the damp is caught. It is often seen that due to the constant dripping of water from one place, the damp starts spreading from that wet part.
Keep a close eye on the room’s airflow. Many times the walls can be damaged by leaking water from there. So take action before the rains.
Due to cracks in the roof or walls of the house, water leaks and causes dampness on the ceiling or walls inside the house. In this situation, the damage must be rectified as soon as possible.
Suppose any wall mat or furniture is attached to the wall, Damp at that place. To change the position of furniture every few days.
Try to keep the house tidy. If light and airplay are in the house most of the day; Then don’t hold the damp on the wall. On the other hand, there is a risk of excess water vapor or moisture accumulating in the walls and damping in a closed room.
You can use gypsum plaster on the wall where the damp is. Currently available in the market are ‘mold resistant’ paints or gypsum plaster. These protect the walls of the house from damping for a long time.
If there are algae on any wall or floor of the house, spray white vinegar on the area, leave it for a while, and wipe it regularly with a dry cloth.