How to remove wallpaper glue?
Wallpaper glue can stick to walls like nobody’s business. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, it means that your wallpaper was able to hold on strong, but when removing or replacing wallpaper, it can be a real pain to get all of the wallpaper glue off, but there are several effective ways you can do it. Here is how to remove wallpaper glue.
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One way to remove wallpaper glue is with baking soda. To do it, take a baking soda like Arm & Hammer Baking Soda and mix it with hot water and dish soap in a bucket. From there, you can take a sponge, dip it in the bucket, wring it out, and begin scrubbing the glue spots. Let the mixture sit on the glue for a few minutes, and then scrape it away using a putty knife, and the glue should come off.
How to Remove Wallpaper Glue with Vinegar
If you prefer not to use solvents or harsh chemicals to remove wallpaper glue, then white vinegar is an excellent replacement. We recommend using Lucy’s Natural Distilled White Vinegar for its strength and purity. To remove wallpaper glue with white vinegar, mix equal parts vinegar with hot water in a bucket and then follow the same procedure as before: dip a sponge into it, wring it out, and rub it onto the walls until the glue has softened and then scrape the rest off with a putty knife.
How to Remove Wallpaper Glue with Fabric Softener
You can also remove wallpaper glue with a fabric softener. To do this, mix equal parts Downy Infusions Liquid Laundry Fabric Softener with hot water and use that on your walls for a nicer-smelling way to get rid of that pesky adhesive. The rest of the process is the same as the other methods.
How to Remove Wallpaper Glue with Trisodium Phosphate
One final way to remove wallpaper glue is with trisodium phosphate. Savogran Trisodium Phosphate is the best one for the job, and to use it; you simply need to add 2 to 4 tablespoons of TSP to every one gallon of hot water and then proceed with the rest of the method the same way as all the others. Savogran Trisodium Phosphate comes with rubber gloves, and make sure you use them if you plan on using this method.
All of these methods for removing wallpaper glue will work; just choose the one that you like the sound of the best, and if you like, you can try more than one or combine them to get all the glue off.
It will take a little longer, but yes, you can remove wallpaper glue without chemicals. To do it, you will need to steam the glue off, so it would be better to invest in a good steamer to handle the job.
Yes, the Arm & Hammer Baking Soda baking soda mixture for removing glue will also double as a way to remove harsh odors that may be living under your wallpaper.
Lucy’s Natural Distilled White Vinegar is made from 100% corn, making it one of the purest white vinegars you will be able to find.
No, you can use whatever liquid fabric softener you have in your house, but Downy Infusions Liquid Laundry Fabric Softener works particularly well and smells great!
Yes, Savogran Trisodium Phosphate is perfectly safe to use indoors.