01:26PM | 01/10/07
Member Since: 01/09/07
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what is the easiest way to remove border that I put around the top of the walls in the bathroon? I want to put some new border up that is not the same size as what is there.


01:53PM | 01/12/07
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
See if it will come off dry and then use a wallpaper remover to get the residue of the paste off.


08:22PM | 02/07/07
Member Since: 08/20/04
32 lifetime posts
Use a "Paper-Tiger" to score little holes so paste-dissolver can get underneath.

* Remove all paste that you can after paper's off.

* Then, make SURE you apply sizing on the wall...same width as the new border.

* When that's dried according to directions, apply paper.

* DON'T forget to "size"!! Paper comes off much easier if you do (not that you'll change your mind though)!!




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