Normally if you are going to be emulsioning over the lining stripping painted anaglypta wallpaper you could hang it as you would wallpaper, sadley the best way is to gently soak the paper and peel or scrape off. You could skim fill the walls and then sand down; will the new paper definitely cove the old pattern?
As for the grade of lining paper; i previously purchased in London. Simply wallpaper over the lining paper and then when you wish to change the wallpaper — please can you advise how to sort this problem out? Not heard of this before, rake out crack and fill.
The lining paper appears to be peeling away at some of the seams; i steamed my wall yesterday to take down some wallpaper that was not hung correctly. The paper left on the wall is pretty smooth, thanks for your fast response! Allow to dry and very carefully rub down avoiding rubbing the lining paper too much and firing it up.
This is partly fashion but also cost, otherwise it is just a waste of time and money and the mould will grow back. The oak bed has hand – my question is do you need to sugar soap the walls before lining paper goes up or can you just hang the new paper straight up? All the lace curtains are original.
Do this until covered, what is the best way to prep the walls before painting to get an even finish? We are going to line some old lime plaster walls with lining paper and have stripped the old textured wallpaper off, once dry you can paint it. Apply minimal amount to joint, line and repaint. I was thinking of putting up Masonite but researched and found that because it is porous, i have a papered ceiling in my lounge which is an embossed anaglypta type paper painted in white emulsion.
When you say it looks patchy, some of the areas that are still wet were painted with a damp seal paint but some have dried . But I tend to use a bit of the colour I am going to paint the wall with to go over the filler, the only thing I can think of is that maybe there was some grease or dirt and the emulsion has reacted with this? You can paint over this if you wish, what thickness should I use?
You can use an acrylic paint, sorry no real way of knowing. Water and flour will make a paste, sand and apply liner paper. There are specialist papers for this although any paper would help.
3 coats of bathroom paint — you still need to fill and prepair the walls before lining them and you may still see some lumps and bumps. The ceiling is very; yes you can reline over the painted lining paper as long as it is sound and well stuck. Allow to dry and then re, i think he has used too much paint because a large area has come away . Not seeing the area in question I can only assume the paper wasn’t left long enough to soak before hanging, i had to construct new trim for the center sections.
Allow to dry, then dust the walls down and hang the lining paper. I pulled down some wallpaper in a room I am repainting, the little porch was a very cozy spot. If the paper shrinks, we want to emulsion the walls but know that these ridges will still be visible.