Painting patch in bathroom
Dear all, I have a similar (but different) situation that I would like to have your advice.
Recently we dug a hole on the ceiling of our bathroom, and we managed to "drywall" patch it back. Now that we have to paint it over (the ceiling of the bathroom), and I forgot that this is a "bathroom" and we previously used oil-based paint in this room. So I used the primer that we had in hand (Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Water-Base Primer-Sealer) and just painted it over the old paint and the dry wall. I noticed that the paint didn't stick well right away, but I still tried to use this primer to cover the whole ceiling. Here are my questions:
1. Should I try to remove this water-based primer, before I put up the top-coat of the paint?? If I DO NOT have to remove the current primer paint, could I directly paint over this water-based primer with oil-based top-coat paint??
2. What would be the best way to move forward at this point??