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How to Take Off Wallpaper from Drywall by Soaking and Scraping

Use the paper scraper to cover the surface of the wallpaper with small perforations.

The rounded edges on these tools help ensure that you don’t cause damage that may require subsequent repair.

Warning: Don’t use the paper scraper after applying the wallpaper remover. Once the drywall is wet, you might accidentally scrape up the underlying drywall.

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