Small-Area Repairs. Cut the loose edges from the drywall paper with a utility knife. Stir a can of sealing primer with a paint stick. Apply a second coat of primer and allow it to dry. Scoop a portion of drywall joint compound out of the container with a taping knife.
How to Fix Drywall After Removing Wallpaper. Wash the walls with a mixture of wallpaper paste remover or 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water, to remove all remaining wallpaper glue. Peel or scrape off shreds of loose paper. Prime every area where the surface drywall paper has been ripped away, exposing the grey paper.
Repairing the drywall after wallpaper removal is necessary to fix the damage caused to it due to the same. This article explains how to repair drywall.
Oftentimes, the next step after stripping wallpaper is repairing walls where drywall or plaster has been torn off as well. When wallpaper is first applied in new
Repair Drywall After Wallpaper Removal
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