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Homemade Wallpaper Remover Spray {plus tutorial} : mix fabric softner with equal amounts of water. Remove top layer of wallpaper by peeling it off. Spray or roll onto walls to remove bottom layer of wallpaper. Clean walls, etc. very well afterwards, so paint will stick to walls. Going to have to try this trick.

Peel off Wallpaper Using a sponge or spray bottle, saturate wallpaper with a solution of equal parts vinegar and water. Let stand for several minutes, then start scraping. The paper should come off easily. Wish I'd known of this idea when I was removing wall paper from the house.

how to remove wallpaper / i will be doing this in the house shortly. so many ugly borders...

WALL PAPER REMOVAL Into an empty gallon milk carton pour 1 cup ammonia, 1 cup liquid fabric softener, fill the rest with water. Shake, pour into a squirt bottle.squirt the wallpaper. If it's the really old kind just squirt it right on and let it soak a couple minutes. If it's the shiny "modern" kind just try to grab an edge and tear some of the shiny off, then squirt. Scrape it off!

The best DIY wallpaper removal tutorial. Loved the before and after picture at the end!

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This is a GREAT series by @Ask Anna Moseley - I totally use vinegar for a bunch of things, but she's got tons more!

My first task for redecorating my bathroom is to remove the wallpaper border. I started doing this several years ago and gave up. So now I need to find a quicker and easier way. Maybe this blog article will help. #home decor #decorating

Remove wallpaper with 1 cup ammonia and 1 cup liquid softener mixed with water.

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