Replacing Torn Wallpaper
Exclusive step-by-step instructions for fixing ripped wallpaper from Don't Sweat It host Steve Watson.
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1. Spray the chemical stripper on the torn wallpaper (figure A). Let sit according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2. Scrape off the old damaged wallpaper (figure B).
3. Cut the new strip of wallpaper long enough to allow for the pattern to align and match the undamaged part. Allow about two inches extra on the bottom for trimming.
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