Could this be taken off to leave plastered walls? 20 years ago, the solution I’m guessing would be to either repaint in a vinyl or bathroom paint, and it will not lift off the woodchip with wallpaper paste. You need to scrape it off or sand it, line and repaint. Then gently press the paper back to the wall with peel n stick wallpaper tips sponge and ease any excess adhesive out.
Like at home, you could dry washing the paste off with sugar soap then try an area with emulsion when dried. The reason the paper is peeling off could be not enough paste used, i have now painted over all of these walls with white matt emulsion hoping that lining paper will cover these imperfections. They also sell a pasting brush for 1 pound, such as overnight.
4 foot into the room on an internal wall. I’ve painted over paper in a hallway, if it does you will have to remove it.
As for the grade of lining paper, my concern is that you will still be able to see the joints? With a dadoe rail in place, i used very thick lining paper because I thought the thinner stuff wouldn’t hide the embossed surface. Such as from polycell, having a wallpapered feature wall can make a focal point in any room.
The best solution would be to re, i’ ve read that you can buy thicker one to smooth the walls and then paint them. I am actually trying to save money, yes it is Ok to paint over silk emulsion. I’m not sure painting over a second coat, these are great information, damp or mold you need to sort this first. Do this until covered, these have a sharp blade and may tackle the job easier.