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Thanks again intention was not to hide anything, but to do an ethical, economically acceptable, repair

Thank you. Specifically, if all areas ceilings, skylight are dry to the touch, and also record negligible moisture, is it reasonable that the spray work will be acceptable to the buyer's inspector without asking for a tear down?

Hello, briefly, doing up house for sale had inspection done by Amica roof OK, but stains on some walls, ceilings, dormers, and skylight no portion is wet plan to buy a reliable moisture indicator
if readings at these locations are low, meaning negligible moisture, can I use some spray to cover the stain areas and then paint the room?

is there a potential for stains to come back again? an alternative might be to rip out every stain area, look for source which now may be stopped, and then put everything back lot of effort and money

any special technique to repair around skylight and dormer? the house is three storeys

Thank you
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