05:54PM | 09/22/04
Member Since: 09/21/04
2 lifetime posts
I have this ugly fake brick overlay on my kitchen walls. I want to remove it. I started with a hammer and chisel and this will take me forever. Is there an easier way to do this? I need help!!


06:34AM | 09/23/04
Member Since: 09/17/02
524 lifetime posts
What is the brick attached to(drywall?)? I might be quicker to pull the entire wall face down.

A small electric or air chisel will probably make the job much quicker.


08:25AM | 09/23/04
Member Since: 09/21/04
2 lifetime posts
It is attached to dry wall (i think) I only removed a small section so far. The other side of the wall is in my living room so I'm afraid I'll go through if I start ripping it down!!


05:53PM | 09/27/04
Member Since: 09/26/04
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Right now I am in the process of removing z-brick from plaster. I am using a chizel and hammer. If there is am easier way to remove this stuff, Will someone please post it? This is a very hard job, and my arm is giving out. Thanks!


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