mural. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 13:59:26 PM
Many parents and kids are looking for that perfect back drop. More and more companies see this niche market and are keying in and creating more lines just for children's rooms.
Painting over wallpaper is a subject that is taboo amongst many in the professional painting industry, however if your wallpaper meets certain criteria you can paint over wallpaper with little or no problems. The first thing that you will need to do is determine if the wallpaper is in good enough condition to paint over. By this, I mean that you must check for any loose seams, rips or tears in your wallpaper. If you have any loose seams they must be glued prior to painting. If you have numerous rips or tears, then you will be well advised to go ahead and remove the wallpaper instead of trying to paint over it.
2. To begin, start in a corner and pull a piece of wallpaper from the wall. Sometimes you can easily peel all of it right off and just be left with removing the glue residue. But most of the time you will be able to remove some areas and be left with some spots which you will have to apply wallpaper removal solution and invest some extra labor to remove. Remove as much as you can while dry, but remember to be careful and remove it slowly so as to not damage the drywall.
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