Removing Wallpaper

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    Jedt
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    Hire a steamer, i think you can buy a solution that soaks into it but messy….. my dad would give up 50p to pull it off the wall the best worker got a bonus, needless too say wallpaper gone off the walls in minutes :lol: :lol: :lol:

    #117416
    Jedt
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    Anyone got any tips about removing wallpaper?? I remember the horrors of this as a kid when my parents used to wet the paper and scrape it off.

    Really need to take it down but dreading it and looking for any helpful tips to make it less painful 😕 😕

    #117376
    Yvonne
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    You could hire out a steamer and these are great for removing it!

    Or persist with soaking it and scraping!

    #117426
    Financial Companion
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    Hire a steamer, i think you can buy a solution that soaks into it but messy….. my dad would give up 50p to pull it off the wall the best worker got a bonus, needless too say wallpaper gone off the walls in minutes 😆 😆 😆

    Love it!! 😆 😆

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