Painting Over Wallpaper

Can I paint over tight wallpaper if I apply a coat of oil Kilz on the wallpaper first?

By jim from Waynesboro, PA

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February 8, 20110 found this helpful
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I don't know what you mean by "tight" wallpaper, nor have I heard of "oil Kilz", but I have painted over wallpaper many times. If the wallpaper is smooth, like a plain wall, then use a roller. If it is textured, then a brush (about 10 cm / 4 in.) is better. Don't make the first coat too thick, as this can wet the paper and it can bubble up. If you do get air bubbles rising up, just leave them until the paint dries. In most cases the paper will dry and shrink again, flattening out.

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