Do bathroom ceilings need special paint?
Similarly, it is asked, do bathrooms need special paint?
Bathroom paint tends to be at the high end of interior paints, excluding overpriced designer paints. On the other hand, if you don't need a low-sheen paint in your bathroom, you should be happy with a good-quality satin, semi-gloss, or high-gloss standard paint with antimicrobial additives and a highly washable finish.
Subsequently, question is, is there a waterproof paint for bathrooms? Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore, and other major paint manufacturers have recently introduced bathroom-specific paints featuring antimicrobial additives that prevent the formation of mold and mildew — in this respect, bathroom paint is indeed waterproof.
Accordingly, can you use flat ceiling paint in a bathroom?
Also, it doesn't resist stains very well, and it is somewhat hard to clean. If you really want flat paint in your bathroom, it could work on your ceiling (especially if you have good ventilation), or if you buy flat paint specially designed for bathrooms (a slightly more pricey option).
What is the best paint for a steamy bathroom?
Pick the right finish. Satin is more durable and shinier than eggshell and is ideal for a bathroom. It's also easy to clean. Use it for the walls, ceiling, and even the trim, because many satin finishes are tougher than they once were. Semi-gloss is even tougher and a cinch to clean.