Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happypainter Worked for me
I was skeptical when I bought this along with Chomp scoring tool. Using both, as directed, is very effective for the stubborn wallpaper border that I am taking down. The trick is to score, then thoroughly wet the area, wait a few minutes and gently scrape away. It is also helpful to start peeling away the paper layer first, as much as you can. If you have to scrape very hard, the area is not scored well and/or wet enough. I had already tried a strong vinegar solution and a Shark handheld steamer, neither of which worked. This concentrated version of the product goes a long way, too. It's very affordable.
April 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fixerupper Best Product that I have used
I have used several products including vinegar, Diff, and Parana and this one works the best. It is important that you follow the directions. Spray and wait at least five minutes before pull off the wall paper. If it becomes difficult to pull, spray and wait. I worked two walls at one time, this gave me the opportunity to spray and wait, while working the opposite wall. This significantly reduce my time
May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bunny Not worth it
I was very excited to see this stripper was purported to work in 1-5 minutes as opposed to the other stripper I had that required 15-20 minutes. However, it was not very effective. First of all, it was a thin liquid not a gel so it ran down the wall. Secondly, it dried out quickly and thirdly, it did not perform as promised. After 2-3 applications, I was still left with paper and glue stuck to the wall. I returned the product for a refund.
February 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Vladimir Made me work harder, not smarter. Also, it stinks.
I bought this on a whim. What a stupid whim. This is not the world's best. Actually far from it. I consider it a grand waste of money. It does not have a pleasant citrus scent. It wreaks of some rotten fruit. I bought the chomp scorer (do not buy) and it fell apart in my hands after five minutes. I had to apply and reapply this stripper. Again and again and again. It is so environmentally friendly that it doesn't work. Applying warm water would work better. Did I mention it stinks. I went to Sherwin-Williams and bought some Zinsser concentrate and it was like sulfuric acid compared to Chomp. I get angry when I think about their label and brash claims of being the world's best. Maybe if you decided to use tissue paper to line your walls. But I think this nasty "stripper" would have a hard time removing tissue from the wall. I will always buy Zinsser from now on. Zinsser concentrate actually put me in a good mood because after scoring with a HYDE scorer (with two wheels vs. the one wheel that comes with the chomp scorer) and I pulled the wallpaper off in FULL SHEETS. It was as if I had just put the paper up and while it was still wet, decided to take it down. God bless Zinsser!
March 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by KenS Terrible
This stuff is not worth buying. DIF is 100% better. Do yourself a favor and just do not buy Chomp.
November 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pat FANTASTIC
I almost gave up on taking the paste off. Hated my walls!
October 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hatewallpaper Awesome product. Equal to the invention of sliced bread
This product works great. Make sure to saturate the wallpaper real well. I used a metal wall scraper. The paper came off like butter.
October 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easygoing Works FAST and effectively!
I used WP Chomp! to QUICKLY remove 30 year old wallpaper from my mother's house!
First, I scored one long vertical section of the wallpaper with the "Paper Tiger" tool, then I misted the Chomp on that same section. You only need to wait about 5 minutes for the glue to dissolve! Since it MUST be kept WET to work, I only worked on one vertical panel at a time. I scored the paper, misted, and while I waited the 5 minutes, I scored the next section. After scoring the second panel, the first was ready to remove. . . And I was able to PEEL OFF HUGE SECTIONS ( a full panel!) of paper at a time. TIME AFTER TIME!
December 17, 2012