Ron Hazelton shares an easy way to remove difficult wallpaper. One note, with this method you will have many holes on your walls, so you will need to apply a skim coat of drywall mud to fill all of the holes. Then let the wall dry, lightly sand, wipe down with a damp cloth and apply a good primer paint to close the wall. Your wall should be good to go for a New Decorative Finish, such as a Faux Finish, Venetian Plaster or Italian Finish. There are also many incredible New Wallpapers available today to consider for your project.
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