While installing new electrical and water drops my wire snake (and pipe deburer) poked though and tore the paper face of the insulation above my bathroom. As this area is likely to see a lot of moisture, I' worried using masking tape, or a tape made out of a different barrier material like tyvek will provide an uneven penetrance and possible build up of water vapor in some areas.
Is there a proper way to tape or repair the barrier such that it still lets the room 'breath' properly while protecting from condensate?
Is there something more cost effective than Tyvek tape? and is that even appropriate over kraft paper?