Wallpaper

Danny Lipford stripping wallpaper from wall.

How to Strip Wallpaper from Walls

If you’ve grown tired of the wallpaper on the walls in your home, watch this video to find out how to remove wallpaper yourself.

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Remove Wallpaper and Adhesive Before Applying Orange Peel Texture

Nancy asks, “I want to remove some old wallpaper, then apply an orange peel texture to the wall. Do I need to remove all the wallpaper glue and prime the wall before applying the texture?”

Yes, but you should prime after applying the texture to the wall. Read on to find out more.

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How to Repair Wallpaper Seams

Linda asks, “What is the best way to fix vinyl wallpaper seams?”

Seams in wallpaper can come loose over time, but they usually can be repaired with seam glue, if you know the proper technique. Read on to find out more.

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Removing Wallpaper from Walls

Removing Wallpaper from Walls

Removing old wallpaper from plaster, drywall, and other surfaces using wallpaper remover usually isn’t that difficult, though it can be messy. Watch this video to find out how to go about it.

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Painting over wallpaper.

How to Paint Over Wallpaper

Dwayne asks, “We want to paint over the wallpaper in our bathroom. What kind of primer should we use?”

As long as the wallpaper has a smooth surface, is firmly glued to the wall, and isn’t made of vinyl, you should be able to paint over it. Read on to find out how.

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How to Remove Wallpaper

How to Remove Wallpaper

Homeowners often grow tired of wallpaper patterns and want to change to painted walls. If the wallpaper is glued down well and not made of vinyl, you may be able to paint over it, but it is usually best to remove it.

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Removing Wallpaper

Removing Wallpaper

Removing wallpaper is always tedious work, but knowing how to do it properly can save time and elbow grease. No matter how easy it is to remove, your wall is likely to have some dings that will need to be patched up, not to mention the mess of torn wallpaper that will have to be swept off the floor.

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