If you live in an area that experiences high winds, you may need to consider wallpaper removal near me. I live on the west coast of the state of Idaho and have received high winds that have caused many trees to drop branches and even buildings to sway and shake. Recently, a tree fell on my car and cracked my windshield, damaging it to the point where it was almost completely covered with water. This caused me to buy a new car and almost get into an accident, but luckily the damage was not that severe.
The damages to my car and the windows were covered with drywall paper. As a result of the storm, the paper backed up and started to leak, making it necessary to purchase a new drywall company. Drywall removal is very expensive, costing from three to five per square foot depending on the size of the wall covering and the type of drywall used. Wallpaper removal prices vary from about three to ten dollars per square foot for a wall covering of 140 square feet or less. The price to have the entire room painted also ranges from about eight to ten dollars.
In order to remove wallpaper without spending too much, I recommend doing the stripping and removal process by myself. There are several ways to strip and/or remove wallpaper, but I will be sharing only one method here. The cheapest way to remove wallpaper is to use a water-based stripper, like the Paintbright Plus. Water based strippers will not damage or bend the paper. You can purchase these at most home improvement stores. These strippers are available in both a spray bottle and a foam applicator bottle.
The next step in stripping wallpaper removal involves the use of a steamer. A steam cleaner with a nozzle attachment works best. With this attachment, you spray the cleaner onto the wallpaper and work it into the paper. The more pieces of the wallpaper that need to be removed, the more steamers and nozzle attachments you will need. For wallpaper removal that is going to require several passes, I suggest getting an exhaustless steam cleaner.
When shopping for exhaustless steam cleaners, make sure the one you choose is specifically designed to remove wallpaper removal. The manufacturers of these products know that many people prefer DIY wallpaper removal, but there are times when professional wallpaper removal is needed, such as removing leaded bathroom tiles. If you cannot find one of these cleaners at your local home improvement store, you should look online.
There are many websites online that sell industrial strength industrial steamers. You can find a multitude of websites online that provide information and products for wallpaper removal. One of my favorite products for stripping is called Water Stripes. This product strips the adhesive off of wallpaper without the use of water. To remove wallpaper that may have stuck to the wall or some other area, try one of the above mentioned products. They have worked well for me in the past and again will work for you.