I just bought a house that was built in 1975 and attempted to remove the wallpaper in the kitchen using Dif. I have only taken down a ceiling to floor strip 2' wide, but parts of the drywall paper peeled off with the wallpaper. Has anyone else made the mistake and if so, what did you do to correct it?
This happened with my kitchen and bathroom (builder failed to prime walls before wallpaper installed) so, I did a "faux finish" paint job (Kilz'd it first). No one knows and I get many, many compliments. I did this about 4 years ago and it still looks as good as it did when first completed. Make sure seams are "tight". I am going to repaint both of these rooms soon (tired of colors) and plan on doing the same. (04/19/2005)
I also removed wallpaper from drywall and had the drywall paper facing come off. What I did, which worked well, was:
Good luck. (05/14/2005)
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