Home Remedies to Remove Wallpaper?

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If you are looking for an inexpensive and non-toxic home remedy to remove wallpaper you only need vinegar, warm water, a spray bottle, scraper, and floor covering. Fill your spray bottle halfway with warm water and halfway with vinegar and line the floor beneath the area you will be scraping with your floor covering. Spray the water and vinegar mixture heavily on the small section you would like to remove your wallpaper from. Let your mixture sit for 15 minutes then your wallpaper should easily scrape off. If your wallpaper does not easily remove spray your area again and wait 15 more minutes before you try again.
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