Lora, see the msg about 7 below this one. Take it from a couple that this is the 2nd house we have remodelled and in almost every room we had to remove wallpaper and either texture and paint or (usually) put in new wallpaper. Not until early this year did we discover the paper tiger. A palm sized tool that has several little “scoring” wheels on the bottom of it. You score up (or track up) the existing wallpaper, and then using a mister (we used a garden strayer) you spray on a wall paper remover product. Again, we found our best results was with Zinsser (SP). Let it sit a little while and the wallpaper and glue come off easy as pie!
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After scoring the paper beinbg careful not to score the walls…my mother used warm water and vinegar. Since I don’t like working with DIF or any other chemical agents this seems to work pretty good. You just have to be alittle patient and soak the paper well