I come to you to have the following solutions: I want to deposit tapestry but my problem is wall plasterboard. What means must I use to facilitate the task without too much flooding the walls and floors
Takeoff of wallpapers on gypsum board is more difficult if this wallpaper was placed directly on the plates, without underlayment.
I do not recommend the use of a wallpaper stripper that produces a lot of steam and therefore water and may wet the cardboard layer of the drywall. I advise you to use a product to take off the wallpaper, used sparingly, in small areas, after having scratched the surface of the wallpaper slightly with a fine wire brush (especially if it is vinyl paper ), to make it more permeable to the product.
On gypsum board, any additives or parts of cardboard removed, can be made up with different filling and / or finishing coatings.
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