Originally Posted by CoconutPete
Sdester you described it pretty well - the paint gets "milky" - that's a better description than bubbles.
I will give it another couple of weeks to take me to around 30 days and see how it behaves.
What you are saying though is that it's not necessarily something to worry about if I get a milky looking spot, it'll dry itself out again?
So long as it is not an adhesion problem I would not worry. That milky reaction is just the nature of the beast and may continue to happen after 30 days. As mentioned, it should go away when the moisture lifts without hurting anything but the appearance---temporarily. Obviously you do not want to make a point of drenching any painted surfaces and it is best to blot the moisture off if you can soon as it happens. Hard in a kitchen I know.
Obviously, darker colors are going to show this happening more than lighter ones. It shows up in clear polycrylic finishes over dark woods too.