Monday, February 13, 2012

How to Remove Wallpaper Murals

A wallpaper mural adds a different and personalized effect to your walls. Putting together a wallpaper mural and applying it brings creativity, concentration and a good deal of effort. Taking it down will require attempt, too, but the task can be accomplished with supplies from your home and local hardware store. When your task is complete, you'll be ready to add a new wallpaper mural or a light coat of paint.

How to Remove Wallpaper Murals

•Pour 1 cup of white vinegar into the spray bottle and add 2 cups of water. Place the spray top on the bottle and shake the solvent to mix.

•Spray the vinegar solution directly on the wallpaper mural. Impregnate it totally and grant the solution to soak in for a few minutes. Use a ladder, if necessary, to reach the mural.

•Mark the wallpaper mural off the wall, using your plastic scraper. If several parts of the mural are still stuck to the wall, apply more vinegar and water solution with your spray bottle and allow a few more minutes to sit. Keep to mark until the continues of the wallpaper mural are removed.

•Mix a few drops of wash-ups liquid in a bucket of warm water and use a clean rag or towel to rub off the vinegar residue.

Things You'll Need

•Plastic scraper
•Dish-washing detergent
•White vinegar
•Spray bottle
•Clean towel or rag

1 comment:

  1. Removing murals is also one of the headache and you should have proper and effective information to remove it from the wall otherwise wall may not look good.
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