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Hi all,

I want to paint a part of the bathroom door and the frame. The toilet is very small and when taking a shower, part of the water is going at the door and makes it wet. This is the only bathroom and toilet at the property.

The old paint started cracking and I think it is a good idea to paint it before too much damage is done. I do not have much experience with painting.

My concern is that the water got into the paint cracks into the tree, and then, if I sand the door and paint over it, the paint in some time will form bubbles and cracks.

Is there any faster method of drying the tree after sanding? Maybe with a hairdryer? :)

Any other advice is welcome
Cheers,
Nick
 

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Great. How long does it usually take to dry off? I know it depends on how wet it is, but just an estimate or a range would help me.
The problem is - I cannot wait for more then 2 days.
 
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