You can treat damp walls using Damp Seal, a damp-proof paint designed to seal patches of dampness on walls or ceilings.
First, you’ll need to identify and fix the problem that’s causing the damp (e.g., a hole in the roof or wall). Once fixed, clean and dry the area, apply a coat of primer seal then finish with a top coat of paint. Read our blog for more guidance on how to treat damp walls.
Mould is not only damaging to the aesthetic of your home, but it also poses a serious hazard to your health. In areas of the house that are more prone to mould, such as your bathroom, it can be good to use preventative measures such as anti-mould paint. Anti-mould paint contains a biocide that creates an environment where mould cannot grow, protecting against mould and damp.