I am renovating a 1930's farmhouse that has tongue and groove pine walls and ceilings with wallpaper liner and paper. Since the paper is in very poor condition, the liner and paper has to come off. We got an off-handed comment from a chimney repairman that the "we better be careful with that wallpaper liner, as it contains asbestos". I figured it was just made of paper. Is there a chance that it contains asbestos?
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