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705 128 oz. Wallpaper Steamer

  • Easy to clean
  • Fewer refills
  • Uses tap water for easy use
$48.00 /each

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The Wagner 705 128 oz. Wallpaper Steamer helps provide up to 75 minutes of continuous steam for quick wallpaper removal. The 8 in. x 11 in. size steam plate allows you to cover large sections of the wall in a single pass, and the 11 ft. hose helps make the steamer easy to maneuver. The wallpaper steamer uses tap water for easy operation and cleanup.

  • 1500-Watts of power helps provide continuous steam for quick wallpaper removal
  • Uses tap water for easy operation and easy cleanup
  • 128 oz. reservoir tank helps provide up to 75 minutes of continuous steam time for fewer refills
  • 11 ft. hose helps make the unit easy to maneuver
  • 8 in. x 11 in. steam plate for applying steam to large portions of the wall
  • Small steam plate included
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Is this gentle enough to use on painted walls without ruining the paint?

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August 23, 2016
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It depends on the paint. My walls were painted under the wallpaper, I found out. Latex paint can get scratched easily, and the steam makes it rubbery and soft. As long as you are careful with the scraper, you will only need a minimum amount of patching.
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July 2, 2016
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Wallpaper steamer may damage existing painted walls or wallpaper that has been painted over.
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July 1, 2016
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Steam should not affect the painted surface. Its the glue holding the paper to the wall that may damage the paint. Follow all directions in the owner's manual and gently use a plastic scraper to help remove the wallpaper. Good luck with your project!
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July 1, 2016
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Yes, as long as you don't hold the steamer in the same spot for a long time. If you leave it in the same spot the steam and moister will eventually cause problems with the paint.
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July 1, 2016
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I feel that if your walls are painted drywall there would be a problem. Most likely the paint would blister. The steamer puts out very hot steam.
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Would this remove 5 layers of wallpaper?

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We have two rooms that have five layers of wallpaper, one over another. Will this work to remove all of them?
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October 11, 2016
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Yes, though you'll probably have to go 1-2 layers at a time until you get to the underlying wall. The steam isn't under any meaningful pressure & I am not sure you could perforate through 5 layers to allow steam to get through to the wall in any case. This thing will work - but you need to be patient and work your way down as you can.
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August 23, 2016
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Probably yes, but you will need to do it layer by layer.
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March 22, 2016
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We had one area with 3 layers. It sort of came off one or two layers at a time.
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September 22, 2015
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Others have claimed it does.
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August 12, 2015
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I have used this steamer in almost every room of my house and it made every job easier. My kitchen had 3 layers of wallpaper over old paint and this steamer helped get the wallpaper and old paint off. The longer you hold the steamer on a certain spot the easier it becomes to remove excessive layers of wallpaper. The amount of layers shouldn't be an issue, but you may need to do the same area several Read More
I have used this steamer in almost every room of my house and it made every job easier. My kitchen had 3 layers of wallpaper over old paint and this steamer helped get the wallpaper and old paint off. The longer you hold the steamer on a certain spot the easier it becomes to remove excessive layers of wallpaper. The amount of layers shouldn't be an issue, but you may need to do the same area several times to get it all off. Read Less
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I've been watching videos of how to use a wallpaper steamer and they all say to turn off power to the room before steaming. Does the steamer need to be plugged in to work? If so, how would you turn off the power in the room???

Will this steamer work on grass wallpaper?
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August 23, 2016
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Use an extension cord :-)
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if you were overly concerned or not very careful you could run an extension cord from another room.....
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July 21, 2015
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No it won't work if the power is off. Turning off the power is only recommended if you are stupid enough to put the steamer over an electrical outlet or let water drip into one.
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Stripper needs power to work. Need to be careful around outlets/switches.
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The manual for the Wagner steamer does not say you should turn off the power to the room you're working on, but it does say you should not let water drip into wall outlets or light switches. I just kept a towel with me to wipe up dripping water, and I didn't place the steam head directly over any outlets or switches.
The steamer works by heating the glue underneath the wallpaper until it's soft enough Read More
The manual for the Wagner steamer does not say you should turn off the power to the room you're working on, but it does say you should not let water drip into wall outlets or light switches. I just kept a towel with me to wipe up dripping water, and I didn't place the steam head directly over any outlets or switches.
The steamer works by heating the glue underneath the wallpaper until it's soft enough that you can peel off the paper. If your grass wallpaper is glued on like most wallpaper, you should be able to steam it off. You will still have to remove whatever glue is left behind. I used DIF gel for this and it worked like a charm.
Removing wallpaper is messy. I suggest you use a drop cloth to protect your floor and masking tape to keep water and glue remover from getting on the trim. Read Less
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Is there a steamer attachment to apply steam to smaller areas? How do I purchase one?

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It comes with a large 10 or 12" attachment, and one thats about 4"x 6" to get in smaller spots.
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Yes the steamer comes with a smaller adapter for small areas.
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This comes with an attachment that is a little bigger than a deck of cards for small areas.
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September 7, 2016
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Hello Slmp! Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We do not have the smaller steam plate available online(part number 0282213). For availability, please contact the manufacturer, Wagner, at 800-727-4023. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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705 128 oz. Wallpaper Steamer is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 252.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Three bedrooms in 3 days I needed to strip wallpaper off three large bedroom. It was "paper" wallpaper, almost impossible to remove with just water. I didn't want to use any chemical products, so a friend of mine recommended this steamer. I was a little skeptic at first, but once I put it to work, I realized what godsend invention this was. Sure, stripping wallpaper is still a tedious messy job. But this little fella will make it much easier and less stressful. I also did a second pass to remove the extra glue that was still on the walls, and then washed them with water and fabric softener. Walls were squeaky clean and ready to paint in no time.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just like watching a pot of water boil, it takes awhile to get going but once it does it worked r... Just like watching a pot of water boil, it takes awhile to get going but once it does it worked really well on 20 - 30 year old wallpaper. We scored it first and tried hot water with dish soap and this was actually cleaner, less water dripping on floor. The paper comes off in about the size of sheet that the guard is so is much better than the bits and pieces we were getting off before. We got the room done in about half the time it took us to do the first half of the room. Also be sure to put the tank on a non flammable surface when in use as it gets really hot. Filled it up and it lasts for approximately hour and a half to two hours.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lifesaver for stubborn wallpaper past I'm sorry that I've never considered this purchase before. In the spring, I took down wall paper on my own, following all of the hints on line - hot vinegar, scoring first, downy, patience patience patience. This time I'm battling a border installed over paint on drywall - all properly prepared in the first place (I put it up). However, border tends to curl, so on the advice of a friend, I also used wallpaper paste. After two days of scraping, I gave up and bought this steamer. It melts the glue. It also tends to melt the paint, and one must be careful to avoid keeping it in the same spot for longer than suggested. I can fix the paint - can't paint over the glue. I recommend this product completely. Oh, it's lightweight, has a long range as well.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wallpaper removal made easy Now just because I said easy it doesn't mean that it is not MESSY. Be prepared for clean up. Work smart and have a disposal container near you. Also, be prepared to get wet ... it's steam so of course you'll get a bit wet. Also, have a container to place the steamer handle in when not using ... you cannot lay it down on the floor or carpet.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and worked as expected. We had 3 layers of paper. I was able to peel 2 layers off som... Easy to use and worked as expected. We had 3 layers of paper. I was able to peel 2 layers off somewhat easily while dry. We used the steamer on the last layer of paper & glue. Worked best to hold steamer plate in left hand and scrape with 4 inch putty knife in the right hand, moving across the wall from right to left. This allowed the wall to heat prior to scraping and move quickly in rows across the wall. We found that if we tried to scrape too large an area at once, then the glue cooled and scraping was difficult. By heating and scraping one putty knife width at a time, it went faster and cleaner.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good performance It performed admirably. If I compare scoring the paper and using this product as I peel and scrape - to scoring the paper and misting with vinegar water and peeling and scraping -- the Wagner is the Winner! I will say that if you keep the steam pad in one place too long (>15 seconds) the heat from the steamer seems to re-cook the paper on - in other words, the steamer initially gives water to the paste - but if allowed to stay there too long, the paste loses some of the water infused (evaporates due to heat). So you must develop a good technique for your wallpaper type.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I read previous reviews with some saying this was cheaply made. I disagree because the steamer i... I read previous reviews with some saying this was cheaply made. I disagree because the steamer is designed to be light weight while still being effective. I have a lot of walls to strip and only time on weekends to do it. I will strip walls for hours and the machine does a great job. If it were built like a heavy duty machine it would be even more of a chore to use. The machine does a great job and I suspect long after my walls have seen the last of the wall paper the machine will still be going strong. I am very happy with this purchase and glad I bought it.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best way to get through a nasty job. Owning a dog and having a young grandson visit regularly I didn't want to use chemicals to remove some 61 year old wallpaper. This unit worked very well. It came with an 8 1/2" X 11" steamplate and a smaller 3" by 6" trim plate. I used both extensively in this project. The steamer is simple: a plastic tank with a heating element inside boils the water, an 11' flexhose connects to either plate, and that's it. No switches involved, and just a detachable power cord completes the unit. After a 15 minute warmup you'll get about 60-90 minutes of steam. There is a caution about a cooldown period before starting again. I did wind up using a water/fabric softener solution to spray on really stubborn glue spots, but this steamer lifted everything else quite well and I didn't have to prime the sheetrock afterward - just some small patches here and there. I definitely would recommend this device to anyone, and thankfully I will never have to use mine again.
Date published: 2016-09-11
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