The remodeling project is coming along (slowly but surely). I attached a picture of that problem wall. I am working on more lotus flowers, but in different colors I haven't chosen yet.
As I've been steaming down the wallpaper, small pools of nicotine stains are forming in areas of the ceiling. It seems that the previous owners used some sort of latex paint. If you catch the edge of the paint where the ceiling meets the wall, you can peel the layer right off.
I read through some other threads on this problem. Our house does not have a lot of moisture so I don't anticipate the nicotine bleeding through under other circumstances, but what would be the preferred way to address this?
Should we wash the ceiling with a bleach or TSP solution, reprime, and then paint? Or just prime/paint? I have been using First Coat as the primer (Sheetrock) for the walls. Can I use that for the ceiling too?