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Fill a plant sprayer with hot water and dishwashing detergent and spray the wallpaper several times and let is soak for 30 minutes. Once the mixture has been incorporated well use a filling knife to remove the wall paper. Repeat this process for wall paper pieces that stubbornly stick to the wall several times in order to remove it. Note: this ...


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In many cases the most successful and least time-consuming approach is to either remove and replace the drywall (and catch up with any issues exposed when the wall is open) or to lay a fresh layer of drywall on top of the wall that had wallpaper on it. IMHO the skim coat of mud (sand optional) will do the job without any "special sealer" first, but it's a ...



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