I have a house built in the 1950's, 3 bedroom brick ranch in Michigan.
I had a leak in my roof, which over a period of time caused the kitchen ceiling to start to fall apart, peel, and show water stains on the material underneath that.
I have fixed/replaced the roof, and am now looking to fix the kitchen ceiling. If possible, I'm willing to do the work myself, but only if I can find good instructional videos that walk me through the process.
I was trying to lookup videos this evening, but I'm not sure what materials these are. It looks as though there's some kind of drywall or cement fiberboard, then some kind of mud/plaster/compound, then paint.
This is a closeup that shows the rough material underneath (cement board?), and a bit of a side view of the next two layers.
This is the same view, but zoomed out a little
This view shows another spot where the middle white layer hasn't peeled away yet, just the paint layer seems to have peeled.
The next two pictures are a little more zoomed out to show the size of the area that I am dealing with
If anyone could point me in the right direction as far as what materials these are, and a general idea of how complex the project would be to fix it, or what i can search for to find an instructional video, i would greatly appreciate it.