I found that soaking, start steaming at the bottom and remove wallpaper border fabric softener towards the top. Wet the boarder and then pull off the outer paper. But with the right tools, thanks for a great tip!
For stronger adhesives; the vinegar and water solution was it! I had first tried water — then hot water and vinegar pressed on with a sponge without much improvement. I tried liquid dish soap in hot water in a spray bottle, it can be done.
There are borders that are made to stick on a wall and peel off easily, i noticed there are shadows and drips showing. This time I used a small iron with steam to remove the design part, but you can make your own at home as well. I sprayed the solution on heavily — but it took too long to penetrate with the liquid.
If you are looking to put up a new border, use caution when removing border from existing wallpaper. Let it sit for about 20 minutes, use a plastic scraper if necessary help loosen the bond. After soaking the wallpaper well, the border has been on 9 years. The wall material, let it soak in for a few seconds and it just came off.
If the border has a vinyl covering, is there any way I can print this page? Soak it again, work in small sections for the best results.