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  • Tammie Chandler

    Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. GREAT for apartments you can't paint. Dorm rooms accent walls in your own house, borders love love love this have done this many times never fails! Great way to add stripes to a wall!!!

  • Katrina Malchow

    Good idea when you can't paint the walls. This is fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. Awesome accent wall!

  • Larris Leleaux

    fabric on walls with liquid starch? endless dorm room possibilities. goodbye cinderblock apartment:)

  • Jen Feland

    Attach fabric to your wall with liquid starch - 20 Easy DIY Wall Art Ideas

  • Chell Maxwell

    Fabric wall very cool idea for different types of applications . Use liquid starch and fabric will stay up for 2 years and then can be removed without damaging your walls

  • Amber Whitman

    Great idea! Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch...peels right off if you move. Awesome for rental homes and dorm rooms. cool! Idea for the apartment

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