Hello everyone and welcome back to my channel. What brought you here? Is it the molds on your wall? Or you’re thinking of moving to a new house? Well let’s not judge, you could be here just for knowledge too right? (Sarcastic)

Walls and houses are struck with so many issues that it's not possible for one man to be the expert in solving all issues on his own. Plumbing, electricity, roofing, paints, and much more. This video will comprehensively discuss what anti-condensation paints are, how do they work, and, do they really work? 

An Anti-condensation paint is a mixture designed to absorb any kind of moisture in the walls/roofs. It comes in the form of paint and can be applied to different surfaces. You can use it for metal roofs, garage doors, or walls. 

Let’s talk about the science behind this paint. Iso-butylene-anhydride based copolymer is synthesized in the laboratory and used as a water-absorbing material instead of the conventional starch-based water-absorbing formula used in the paints. 

In other words, its something that will keep your walls from being damp and not only that. It will keep your walls from being home to fungus and molds. You’ll have healthy walls that aren’t home to some bacteria and the silver lining is they won’t look like a satellite image of newly colonized Mars. (sarcastic)

You must be wondering where does the moisture come from? If the walls aren’t leaking and nobody’s throwing water on the walls. How do they get damp? Well, what happens is, there’s a lot of moisture in the air. The water you boil, the clothes you set to dry under the fan, and the air. All of them are prone to dampen the walls which lead to damaged paint and molds. 

If you’re thinking of alternative ways to tackle this problem. I would suggest Don’t!

Not because I want to discourage you from thinking. It’s just that anti-condensation paints are the best solution to this problem. Technically and economically as well. 

There’s a simple procedure that you need to follow for applying an anti-condensation paint on your walls. First, to apply the mold remover spray on the wall. Wipe the mold away with a cloth and then go for two to three coats of anti-condensation paint on that area. Thousands of microbeads would prevent moisture from getting into the wall thus keeping it dry.