mural. Tuesday , July 11th , 2017 - 00:59:26 AM
Your wall may or may not have strippable wallpaper on it. Most stripplable wallpaper looks like vinyl with a fabric backing. However, the only way to find out if it is strippable is to try and peel it off.
At this point, you will need to reglue any loose seams. If you do need to reglue seams, you can purchase the glue at any hardware or paint store. Using your joint compound, apply a thin application of joint compound to all of the seams. This will help to hide the seams once they are painted. Allow the compound to completely dry. After the joint compound has dried, using about a 120 grit sandpaper, sand the joints to where they are completely smooth.
That's great, because stripping off the old, dated wallpaper is almost always better than leaving it on and trying to apply a new covering over the top, though it can be done.
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