When moving into an older home, finding remnants of previous old paper wallpaper’ wallpaper isn’t uncommon. Stripping old wallpaper is a time, consuming task you may be able to avoid.
If the existing wallpaper is firmly adhered to the walls and has a smooth texture; you can add a fresh layer of wallpaper over the old by following tips and tricks used by the pros. Free from any embossing; 1Remove any nails from the walls.
Raised embellishments or flocking, wash the walls down using a weak solution of warm water and dish detergent. Repair any imperfections or indentations in the wall with nail hole filler, 2Cut away pieces of existing wallpaper that have peeled or bubbled using a utility knife. 3Use a level to draw a straight – applying the material with a putty knife.