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How to remove wallpaper from drywall
If you have drywall walls, you need to be careful that you don’t get them too wet. Newer wallpaper can be removed more easily. You might even be able to strip it off without using any chemicals or special tools. However, all types of wallpaper will require you to peel at least some off by hand.
You’ll need some painter’s tape, plastic covers or tarps, a scoring tool, wallpaper removing fabric sheets, a bucket and a sponge, a compression sprayer or spray bottle, a chemical wallpaper stripper (in most cases), access to hot water and a scraper. You might also need a ladder or chair.
1. Start by clearing the walls and room and covering everything with plastic to protect your home. Newer wallpaper is strippable, meaning you can strip it off with nothing but a scraper without adding chemicals or water.
2. Tear off as many loose pieces of wallpaper that you can and progress to stripping and dry scraping the paper to remove as much of it as possible. Loosen the corners with a scraper or putty knife and then peel off the wallpaper at an angle of approximately 15 degrees.
3. Remove the remaining wallpaper by making small holes in it with the wallpaper scoring tool. Don’t press too hard to avoid damage to the drywall underneath.
4. If you’ve got some stubborn wallpaper that just won’t budge, move to use the wallpaper removal sheets. Soak them in a bucket to saturate them, and use hot water. This will make it easier to loosen the glue under the wallpaper.
5. Take the wallpaper removing sheets out of the bucket, wring them out gently and put them up on the wall, starting at a corner. The edges should be touching, but not overlapping.
6. When you’re done, spray the sheets down with an even layer of chemical stripper. For both unmixed and ready-made solutions, you can either move the mixture to a compression sprayer for faster application or use a spray bottle to soak the sheets.
7. Leave the sheets to soak on the walls for about half an hour. After that, you should have no problem peeling off the wallpaper. Just scrape off what’s left.
How to remove old wallpaper that has been painted over
The best way to remove old wallpaper that has been painted over is to score it, let it soak and scrape it off. You may have to replace the drywall underneath if the wallpaper is covered with many coats of paint.
You’ll need a wallpaper scoring tool, stripping spray, a sponge, tarp, a spray bottle, and a scraping tool. A scoring tool is a small handheld instrument with a few small rotating wheels with small teeth. This treats the wallpaper without damaging the surface underneath. The spray can be replaced with a 1:1 mixture of vinegar and water.
Here’s how to do it:
1. Cover the furniture with the tarp and move smaller items out of the room or to the center. It’s crucial to know what type of paint has been used. To find out, rub some nail polish remover onto the paint using a towel. If it comes off on the towel, it’ll be latex. If not, it’ll be oil-based. Latex is easier to remove, being water-soluble.
2. Run the scoring tool over the walls a few times to puncture the wallpaper. If you don’t have this tool, use a Brillo pad.
3. Start with a 4 x 4-foot area. Soak or steam the walls. Either usе the steamer over the area you scored оr down the wallpapered area with the removal solution. Make sure the area’s thoroughly soaked. If you’re steaming, move the steamer’s hot plate over the scored areas slowly, checking to make sure the steam is soaking through. To soak, use the spray bottle and sponge through the wallpaper, then wait a few minutes. Start pulling the paper off from one of the corners. The wet paper should come off in strips. If it doesn’t, steam or soak it again.
4. When the paper starts to come off, use a plastic putty knife to remove it entirely.
5. Keep scoring and applying the solution to the other areas of the wall until you’ve peeled off the majority of wallpaper and scrape off the most stubborn bits by hand. They might come off in small strips.
6. Finish off by washing the walls. If parts of the wall have come off in places, you’ll need to sand and patch these places with spackle or wood filler to make it good again.
How to remove wallpaper glue:
To remove wallpaper glue, you need a tarp, painter’s tape, baking soda, liquid dish soap, a bucket and access to water, sponges, rubber gloves, a putty knife, rags, trash bags, and possibly vinegar or commercial wallpaper stripper. Never use abrasive cleaners because they can scratch the wallpaper’s coating.
1. Start by preparing the room. Move as much furniture out of it as possible, or to the center of the room if you can’t move it out. Cover the floor with the tarp and the electrical outlets, vents and light switches with painter’s tape. We also recommend turning off the electricity to the room to be safe.
2. Make your cleaning solution by mixing hot water with liquid dish soap and add a tablespoon of baking soda.
3. Add vinegar to the mix if the glue doesn’t come off easily when you apply the solution to the walls. The optimal proportion is a cup of (ideally white) vinegar to a gallon of water. If the glue is particularly stubborn, you might need commercial wallpaper stripper, but try with vinegar first. We suggest putting on gloves.
4. Tear the wallpaper slightly and prepare the solution of vinegar and water before spraying it on the wallpaper.
5. Wait 30 minutes and peel the paper off the wall slowly.
6. Rub the solution onto part of the wall using a damp sponge. Work in small sections – around 4′ x 4′ – to be able to remove the glue while it’s soft. Allow the cleaning solution to soak in for a few minutes, then wipe the glue off with a rag or scrape it off with the putty knife. Repeat the process across the whole room until you’ve removed all the glue.
7. Using a damp, clean rag, wipe the cleaning solution off the walls and dry them off with another clean rag.
8. Open all windows and doors to air out the room. Wait at least 24 hours before painting the walls to make sure they’re completely dry. They should be smooth. If you don’t plan on painting, remove the tarp and painter’s tape and move the furniture back.