mural. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 07:59:25 AM
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.
There are so many other resourceful and fun ways to use old wallpaper. One of the more creative ways I have found is to make a jigsaw puzzle. Simply take the wallpaper, wet the back and attach it to a sturdy piece of cardboard. Cut out the pieces from there to make the puzzle that you want to make. Leftover wallpaper is good as decoration for paneled furniture as well. Many have applied wallpaper to the backs of such things as bookcases and entertainment centers, thereby adding more color and dynamism to the room.
4. Take your scraper and gently start scraping away wallpaper and glue residue from the wall. Be careful not to gouge the wet drywall with your scraper.
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