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I wonder how to fix this moisture and I am not even sure if it is moisture. Please advise. moisture

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    What room is this? What is in that cabinet to the left? What's on the other side of the wall? The more details the better - it looks like water damage. – JPhi1618 May 21 at 19:47
  • this is the kitchen, the sink is above – THEGreatGatsby May 21 at 19:48
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I'm pretty sure that's from water damage.

First step is to figure out where the water came from, and make sure that whatever happened doesn't happen again. Maybe there was/is a leak underneath the sink that seeped out of the cabinet and into the drywall?

Once you've done that, fix the water damage. If the drywall really got soaked, you may have to replace it. Poke that spot with your finger - if it feels soft, cut out the damaged section and replace it (there are many tutorials online on fixing drywall). But if it feels solid, then just paint over the stained area with a sealer (Kilz, for example), and then a top-coat to match the existing wall color.

  • Being a sink is to the left it probably did have a leak and the water puddles in the back corner of the cabinet, it doesn’t look very bad if dry I would seal and repaint.+ – Ed Beal May 22 at 13:17
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If water has made that stain over time . My guess would be ,need to apply caulking .Before you do may have mold,spray a little bleach mixed with water.Let it dry may want to do this several times ,wont hurt if it kills mold.Rip. You could also have a water line leak.Pics of sink area would help , also one inside cabinet to look.

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