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Is it time to finally say good bye to the god awful wallpaper that\'s covering your walls? If you want to save some money you could remove the old wallpaper yourself instead of paying for it. You won\'t know how hard or easy - removing that old wallpaper will be until you try. Here are a few guidelines to help you tackle the job.

After a year of trying to ignore the yellow-and-blue floral wallpaper the previous owners had in the kitchen, you decide you can\'t take another year looking at it. Yes indeed, this wall covering must come down.

The problem : How do you remove the wallpaper without damaging the wall -- or yourself?

There are several options, including steaming or spraying with chemicals, but you\'ll have to decide which one works best for you and your wallpaper.

But you can successfully paper over old wall coverings, although it\'s not always a good idea, because the moisture in adhesives can cause both the old and new coverings to peel away from the wall. Also, if previous strips of wall covering have been lapped at the seams, these lap marks will show through the new covering. If you still want to paper over old coverings, as necessary, sand the seams smooth, tear away any loose strips, and re-paste loose edges around butt seams or defects before applying the new covering. If you\'re papering over foil or vinyl wall coverings, go over the shiny areas lightly with coarse sandpaper and then vacuum or wipe the sanding dust off the wall.

Steps - How to remove wallpaper

Step 1: Pry the paper up in an inconspicuous corner at the top of a wall with the tip of a utility knife.

Step 2: Grasp the tip of the corner and, keeping it as close to the wall as possible, try to pull it down the surface of the wall. Pulling it toward you and away from the wall increases the likelihood of tearing it. If a covering is strippable, it should peel away from the wall when you apply steady, moderate pressure. If not, you\'re probably dealing with a nonstrippable paper that you will have to soak, steam, or dry-strip off the wall. Do not soak or use steam-stripping methods on drywall, though. The moisture can soften the wall\'s kraft-paper surface and its gypsum core. Instead, use a dry-strip method.

Step3:  Remove covers from outlets and switch plates, and keep them and their screws in a safe place.

Step4:  Fill a bucket with hot water, as hot as you can stand, the hotter the better. Mix in the stripping solution according to the instructions on the bottle. A 20% solution of vinegar is also effective, cheaper, and not as toxic. Another cheap alternative is fabric softener (whatever the water temperature) at about 25-50% solution. It doesn\'t have to be fancy fabric softener.

Step5: After perforating the paper, apply a liquid or gel enzyme-based remover, taking care to follow label directions.

Alternatively, adhesive can be loosened with a steamer or a fine mist of hot water, but these methods are usually more painstaking

Step 6: Remove the paper. Working from the top of the wall down, remove all paper and adhesive using a broad knife or wide putty knife (be careful not to damage wallboard).

Tips - How to remove wallpaper

1  Don\'t fret if you mark up the wall with cuts and dings. You not even can always sand it, plaster it, re-paint, or put up new wallpaper.

2 Try to using vinegar instead of a chemical solution, because it is less toxic and works equally well or better than the commercial alternative. A 30% solutions is very strong, but as little as a cup in a gallon of hot water makes a big difference

As for applying wallpaper on different days, there is no problem to remove wallpaper with that at all. You only paste up and book as many sheets of paper as you can hang in one hour. The way I do it is that I always have one piece of cut paper pasted and booked as I am hanging the one before it. As soon as I finish hanging a strip of paper, I then cut a new piece from the roll, apply the paste activator, book it and then set it aside. At this point I have two pieces of booked paper, the first one having been set aside perhaps 15 minutes before.
The paper will expand at the same rate each day so you will not have any matching problems whatsoever.

This article How to remove wallpaper covers all the concepts.

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