Hello all, We hope you are well. We are currently decorating all of our bedrooms. House is a new build (2 years ago) and going through the first decoration cycle. However on painting the ceiling we are noticing peeling of the ceiling along plasterboard joints/on filed plasterboard screws. It looks like the original paint didn't have a mist coat on the plasterboard or paint didn't adhere to this. I should note that the ceiling hasn't been skimmed with plaster. When this started to happen for the first three patches we stopped painting the ceiling and completed the following: - Sand edges, Peel stop, Filled with Toutpret, sanded and primed with bulls-eye 123 based on similar responses on the forum. However we then proceeded to continue with the painting when everything had resolved. But we are now in a situation where we now have approx 17 peels in a 3 x 3 room. While I can complete the above steps again for each paint peel I wander whether this is just 'patching' the issue. Should we just peel all of the flaking paint off and start again with the bare plasterboard? We are also similarly concerned that this will happen in other rooms, any advice on how to stop this from happening? Should we do a peel stop coat as an undercoat for the entire ceiling? Or have each ceiling skimmed? Thank you for your replies!