Kitchen sanitary inwall PVC tube from above floor melted for some unknown reason, and so water entered walls for around a 1.3 year and caused damping on the first 20cm of all walls, as a result, the Emulsion paint peeled off.
Its been a year since the PVC tube was replaced and walls got fairly dry (i assume it takes 5+ years to be fully dry).
Now i would like to repaint all walls with lime paint.
An expert suggested to use a breathable plaster to treat the walls (the expert wasn't aware of my will to use lime paint and assumed emulsion paint).
The manufacturer that produce the breathable plaster suggested to use their material by removing the 1 cm thick plaster (until the concrete blocks) up till 40 cm on all damped walls, then add a breathing plaster material and paint with lime paint.
Wouldn't a repaint only with lime paint act in the same sense?