Posted By: Mrs C
We are planning to have a solid, exposed brick wall in our Victorian terrace behind the sink and hob in our kitchen which we'd like to paint white. I'm aware of the importance of allowing the brick to breathe, especially in a high moisture area such as a kitchen but we're wondering if painting bricks with breathable paint will stand up to a regular clean to remove food splashes and grease, especially behind the hob. Also whether water splashes behind the sink will affect the paint? Sealing the paint would defeat the object so wonder what you advise, unless we only sealed behind these two areas?