Originally Posted by CurvyGrrrl
I've noticed the clean areas on the ceiling are now smooth not sticky like the dirty parts. I'm thinking about painting the front ceiling wrap-around. I found a product by "Rustoleum" that works for countertops and laminate - it's a roll on paint and if it works, I might also use it in the bathroom to freshen up its appearance, too. I'll research a bit more before applying.
Remember the front ceiling endcap is ABS like the bath. Paint for plastic would be more appropriate. I believe either Rustoleum or Krylon I think makes it in both spray & brush/roll on. About the Rustoleum laminate paint(BTW can be tinted to 16 colors); I found it at Lowes, runs about $23. Other forum members have had success with the paint for tubs/sinks on the ABS in the bath (counter & tub). It comes in a spray version or brush on-self leveling. Where I've considered using the laminate paint is on the divider panels (mine are dark walnut) as they they are a laminate surface. Be sure to post photos of your progress.